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Masackslc 2002 


Richard Salter Starrs Ubrary 

Lengmeadow, MA 01106 

Table of Contents 







Student Life 


Fine Arts 







Longmeadow High School 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Volume 46 






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Mr. Winseck 

The Class of 2002 proudly 
dedicates this year's Masacksic to Mr. 
Winseck. Over the course of many years, 
Mr. Winseck has loyally served the high 
school's history department and has been 
an influential part of many students' lives. 
Mr. Winseck's humor and dedication to 
scholarship will be remembered forever. 
Just about anybody who had Mr. 
Winseck knows his approach to learning. 
Mr. Winseck instilled a sense of scholarship 
as well as responsibility in everybody he 
has instructed. Whether it was writing a 
term paper, taking one of his many pop 
quizzes, or doing one of the infamous 
DBQs, Mr. Winseck helped his students prepare not only for college, but for 
adulthood as well.He emphasized independent study and research (undoubt- 
edly a skill which we will be thankful for one day). He treated and respected 
his students as adults, not merely ignorant students trying to learn. Mr. 
Winseck expected 110% effort from all of his students all the time, and as a 
result he gained the respect not only of his students, but of his fellow faculty 

In addition, Mr. Winseck's soft spoken humor will never be forgot- 
ten. His commonly sayings such as "Just chill," "That's a stupid question," 
or "Pass them on down" will always be remembered by his students. No- 
body will forget the time he threw a book out of the window after it was 
being used for studying a subject other than history. Mr. Winseck's classes 
were almost alzoays entertaining. He had the ability to bring life to mun- 
dane material and capture the class's attention on topics such as Franklin 
Delano Roosevelt's administration. He helped us think about history not 
only in a scholarly manner, but with a touch of humor as well. 

Mr. Winseck, you have been our teacher, and our friend. You have 
influenced the way we think and learn. For this and much more which can't 
be expressed in words, we thank you. You will always be remembered. 

The Class of 2002 

September 11, 2001 

"New York is still here. We've suffered terrible losses and we 
willgrieve for them, but we will be here, tomorrow and forever. " 

-Rudy Giuliani 

"... World trade means world peace and consequently the World Trade Center 
buildings in New York ... had a bigger purpose than just to provide room for 
tenants. The World Trade Center is a living symbol of man's dedication to world 
peace ... beyond the compelling need to make this a monument to world peace, the 
World Trade Center should, because of its importance, become a representation of 
man's belief in humanity, his need for individual dignity, his beliefs in the coop- 
eration of men, and through cooperation, his ability to find greatness." 

-Minoru Yamasaki, chief architect of the World Trade Center 

"During the Great Depression, when President Franklin Roosevelt told us that 
'the only thing we have to fear is fear itself our nation was suffering the worst 
economic crisis of its histoiy. The stock market crash led to tremendous numbers 
of unemployed Americans living at poverty levels, but as President Roosevelt 
realized, the greatest threat to our nation's stability and strength was the shadozv 
of fear which had darkened the spirit of America ... His warning of a 'nameless, 
unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat 
into advance' applies as strongly now as ever before. Now is the time to move 
forward with our lives and with the rebuilding of our City, and we should not 
give in to the fear that threatens to stand in our way.' 

-Rudy Giuliani 

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Seniors 7 

8 Seniors 

Seniors 9 

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Seniors 11 


Seniors 13 

Seniors 15 

Tow Stoppard 

Senior Class Advisors 

Your four years at Longmeadow high School have passed 
quickly. Hopefully they have been filled with fun times and 
fiendships, and you have made memories that will make you smile 
for many years to come. You are done! Your time here is finished . 
You have worked long and hard to get here. As one chapter ends, the 
next one begins. You are all going in different directions. You will 
bring with you the lessons you have learned and the frienships you 
have made. Are you prepared to meet the next challenges that arise? 
That is up to you. Your teachers and your families have worked hard 
to prepare you. Ultimately, only you can define success and decide if 
you will find it. 

You are a special group of people. Mr. Winseck said it best 
when he labeled you "the class with class/' As a whole you are a 
cohesive unit. However, the whole does not overshadow the indi- 
vidual personalities that have come through in the classroom, at 
school functions, on the athletic fields, in the arts, and in the commu- 
nity. Mrs. Guistina and I have enjoyed working with you over the 
past four years. Through many activities and different venues we had 
the chance to meet those of you we didn't have in class. We feel fortu- 
nate to have met you both in and out of the classroom. Don't stop 
believing in yourselves. May you continue to find success. 


Ms. Butler and Mrs. Guistina 

18 Seniors 

Senior Class Officers 


The end of the beginning has come: the conclusion of the first 
chapter in our lives. Being together as a class for these four years will 
certainly be one of the most memorable aspects of our "first chapter. " 
From our first dance as freshmen to the prom we will have experi- 
enced more fun together in the span of four years than any other pe- 
riod in our lives. Leaving each other and going our separate ways 
will be a difficult task, though one which will surely be rewarding 
($$$). We are on our own now, free to explore the world and what it 
has to offer, free from the restrictions of our parents and of the con- 
fines of high school. We are set loose to make our own choices (now 
that's a scary thought!) and to take the first steps towards becoming 
mature responsible adults. For some of us, this change and departure 
from high school will be an emotional experience, while for others it 
will be a huge sigh of relief - "Ahhhh, no homeroom at 7:30." As your 
class officers, we wish each and every one of you the best of luck in 
your endeavors, and a smooth transition into the next chapter of your 


Ryan, John, Andrew, Sarah, and Dan 

Seniors 19 

Elizabeth Adams 

1 187 Knowllwood Dr. 

1 Horseback Riding 9, 10, 11, 12 

1 Water Polo 10 

1 Swimming 9, 10 

1 Key Club 11 

1 NHS 11, 12 

1 Riding Instructor 11, 12 

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1 "Goals achieved with little or no 

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-John Wooden 

Beth, Beth 

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Meaghan Adams 

124 Dover Rd. 

"So when you're starin' up at the 
sky and dreaming, 'cause when 
your dreaming that's the only 
real free place, is in your head, 
everywhere else there's someone 
else telling you what to do then 
you stare up at the stars and 
maybe once in a while some of 
them move." 


Megs, Meaghan Atems, Stumpy 

Alissa Albert 

202 Captain Rd. 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 (Co-Captain 11) 

Soccer 9 

BBYO 9, 10, 11, 12 (Vice President 10) 

(President 11,12) 

Art Club 10 

Outing Club 10, 11, 12 (Czarina 11) 

Photo Club 12 

Israel (Summer 2000) 

Six Flags 10 

Longmeadow Flowers 11, 12 

Peer Training 11 

NHS 11, 12 

Environmental Club 11 

"The person who follows the crowd 
will usually get no further than the 
crowd. The person who walks alone 
is likely to find him/herself in places 
no one has ever been." 

Liss, Little Albe 

Mary Angelides 

199 Tanglewood Dr. 

Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Captain 12) 
Gymnastics 9, 10, 11, 12 
War Of The Roses 
Senior Class Play 
Dance 9, 10, 11, 12 

"In this world you may be one 
person... but to one person you 
may be the world." 

"Don't dismiss your dreams, to 
be without dreams is to be 
without hope, and to be without 
hope is to be without purpose." 

Mare, Maivwy, Maredaivg, Manga, Marisol 

Christie Allen 

143 Ardsley Rd. 

Yearbook 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Co-Editor-in-Chief 11, 12) 

Dance 11, 12 

Cheerleading 9, 10 

(Co-Captain 9, 10) 

SADD11, 12 

Key Club 9, 10 

BPA 12 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

Hollister 12 

"Always be a first rate version of 
yourself, never a second rate 
version of someone else." 

Chris, Chrissy, Blondie, Bumble Bee 

Lynn Arthur 

36 Avondale Rd. 

Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 12 
Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Key Club 9, 10 
SADD10, 11, 12 
Yearbook 11, 12 
(Organizations Co-Editor 12) 
The Deli 12 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 
Impressions 12 

"Life isn't about the breaths we 
take. It's about the moments 
that take our breath away" 
"The best and most beautiful 
things in the world cannot be 
seen or even touched. They 
must be felt with the heart." 

-Helen Keller 

20 Seniors 

Thomas Adams 

David Al-Husseini 

147 Wheelmeadow Dr. 

Lacrosse 9, 10 
Hockey 9, 10 

"Abba - zabba you my only 

-Half Baked 

Little burn, Alhoa 

Jasmine Amegan 

115 WenonahRd. 

Unity Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Secretary 11) (Co-President 12) 

Drill Team 9, 10,11,12 

(Captain 11, 12) 


Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

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Lyrics 10, 11, 12 


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Voice 11, 12 

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Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

"A friend is someone who 

knows the song in your heart 

and can sing it back to you when 

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you have forgotten the words." 

Jaz, J, Boniqua, PR, Jasmina, Yolanda 

Brian Askin 

48 Cobblestone Rd. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 10 
Custodial Engineer 12 

"To be great is to be misunder- 


"Say what you must, do all you 
can, break all the rules, go to hell 
with superman, and die like a 

-Bad Religion 

"There's no such thing as 
society, and ever if there was I 
am certainly not a part of it." 

-Train Spotting 

Matthew Anctil 

299 Maple Rd. 

Baksetball 9 

Cross Country 11, 12 
Outing Club 11 

Mountain Bike Club 11 

Snowboarding Club 12 

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"I hope life isn't a big joke, 
because I don't get it." 

-Jack Handy 


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The Animal 

Sohaib Awais 

"The best medicine in life is a 
faithful friend." 

Seniors 21 

Tara Bagge 

40 Greenacre Avenue 

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Basketball 9, 10 


Basketball Manager 11 

Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track & Field 9, 10 
PALS 10, 11, 12 

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Senior Class Play 

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War Of The Roses 

Ronald McDonald House Teen 

Board 11,12 


"My choice is what I choose to 
do and if it causes no harm it 
shouldn't bother you." 

-Ben Harper 

"Where is Becky Soja?" 

T, TB, Tbags, Badgy, Vanessa, UB 

Alison Basdekis 

108 Berwick Rd. 

Soccer 9 

Unity Club 9 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 11, 12) 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

Key Club 9, 10, 11,12 

Peer Training 10, 11 

Outing Club 11, 12 

TwisiteslO, 11 

R.E.A.CH. 10 

T.L.S. 9 

NHS 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

"Only those who will risk going too 
far can possibly find out how far one 
can go." 

-T.S. Eliot 

Bastogie, Degis, Badkis 

Michael Bazos 

78 Branch St. 

Basketball 9 
Wrestling 10, 11, 12 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Lacrosse 9, 10,11,12 

Bazos, Baz, Bozos 


Eric Bell 

24 Salem Rd. 

JCC Basketball 9, 10, 12 
Cross Country 12 
Soccer 9 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 


Daniel Berg 

21 Franklin Rd. 

Latin Club 9, 10, 11 

Art Club 9, 10, 12 

Italy Trip 9, 11 

BBY0 9 

Camp Becket Counselor 12 

"We are the music makers and 
we are the dreamers of dreams." 
-Willy Wonka 

Dan, Bcrger 

Sarah Bergeron 

95 Benedict Terrace 

Swim Team 9, 10, 11,12 
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Board Member 11) 
(District Board Member 12) 
Lifeguard 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 

"Dreams are necessary to life." 

-Anais Nin 

Bergie, Sar, Berge, Seza 

22 Seniors 

Matthew Basdekis 

198 Inverness Ln. 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 9, 10 
Track & Field 11, 12 



Outing Club 11, 12 
(Co-President 11, 12) 



Pizza Palace 11 

Camp Becket Staff 10, 11, 12 


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"Emancipate yourselves from 
mental slavery, none but 
ourselves can free our minds." 


-Bob Marley 




Christopher Basile 

105 Whitmun Rd. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 

I Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Speak softly and carry a big 

"Every man dies, not every man 
truly lives." 

Pun, Booosile, The Bus 

David Belmont 

506 Williams St. 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 9, 10 
Lacrosse 9 

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Astronomy Club 9, 10 
SADD 11, 12 

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Mountain Bike Club 9, 10, 11 

Outing Club 11, 12 
Snowboard Club 12 


CVS 11, 12 

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"Things are never quite as scary 
when you've got a best friend." 

-Calvin & Hobbes 


"Your position in relation to other 

objects in the universe directly affects 
your perception of the universe. If 
things haven't been going your way 
recently, maybe you should try a 
different view." 

Dave, Dave-O, Smokex 

/, Belmont 

Kevin Berte 

74 Cambridge Cir. 

Football 9, 10, 11 
Lacrosse 9, 10 
Senior Class Play 

"Nothing can protect you from 
the inevitable. If something is 
going to happen, it's going to 


Adam Berg 

95 Pinewood Hills 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Section Leader 11) 
KeyClublO, 11,12 
SADD 11, 12 
Business Club 11, 12 
Track & Field 9, 10, 11 
Ski Team 9, 10 

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Berg, Slowy 

Kev, K-Train, Tha G.O.A.T 

Shannon Birtwell 

140 Ashford Rd. 

Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 
Ski Team 9, 10, 11, 12 
Cross Country 9, 10 
Tennis Instructor 12 
Lifeguard 12 
CCD Teacher 11, 12 
SADD 10, 11, 12 
PALS 12 
Key Club 9, 10 
War Of The Roses 
Senior Class Play 

"Most people walk in and out of 
your life, but only true friends 
leave footprints in your heart." 

Shann, Sbiggs, Birtwell 

Seniors 23 


Kate Blakeman 

5 Canterbury Ln. 

Soccer 9, 10 

Cheerleading 10, 11, 12 

(Co-Captain 11) 

Softball 9, 10, 11,12 


Art Club 11,12 

SADD11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 (Board Member 12) 

War Of The Roses 

Shriners Classic Chowder 

Bowl Game 11 

"Our memories will last a life 
time - We'll take the best, 
forget the rest, and someday 
remember these are the best of 

Em Kay Bee, MK, Moo Moo 

Nathaniel Brown 

9 Kingsbury Lane 


Lacrosse 9, 10, 11,12 


(Captain 9, 12) 
Baystate Games 11 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

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Class Officer 11 (President 11) 
Basketball 9 
Senior Class Play 
(Executive Director) 
Symphony Orchestra 11, 12 
Wind Ensemble 11, 12 


"I got too much Saturn and not 

enough moon." 

-Francis Dunnery 

Natty, Sasquatch, Brozvnie 

Sterling Blonder 

715 Williams St. 

R.E.A.L.I.T.Y. 10,11,12 
(Co-President 11) (President 12) 
Out Now 11, 12 
Mens Health Project 12 
SPFTY9, 10, 11, 12 
Greenwood Extended Day 12 

"If you judge people, you have 
no time to love them." 

-Mother Teresa 

Silver, AG, Sterl 

Francesca Buscemi 

64 Belleclaire Ave. 

PALS 10, 11 

Italy 11 

Lyrics 12 

Swim Team 9 

La Cappella 10, 11 


" You know a true friend when they 
hold your hair back." 

"A thug changes, love changes, and 
best friends become strangers." 

"Kill 'em with kindness." 

" Now I've got that needle and I 
can't shake and I can't breath, take it 
away and I want more and more, 
someday I'm gonna lose the war." 

-Bradlee (Sublime) 

Frank, Fran, Franni, "L", L.Nino, Vac 

Kevin Carney 

Tenny Carpenter 

15 Parkside St. 

Swim Team 9, 10 

Volleyball 10, 11, 12 

Track & Field 9, 10,11, 12 

SADD10, 11,12 

PALS 10, 11, 12 

Lifeguard 11, 12 

Swim Lesson Teacher at JCC 11.12 

NHS 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

"Here's to the nights we felt ah\ <\ 
here's to the tears you knew you'd 
cry, here's to goodbye tomorrow -. 
gonna come too soon." 

"As we go on, we remember, all the 
times we had together, and as our 
li\ es change, come whatever we will 

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Carpi, Crackleberry 

24 Seniors 

Josephine Boyle 

53 Sylvan PI. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captainl2) 
Track & Field 9, 10 
Whip's 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 

"Good friends are hard to find, 
difficult to leave, and impossible to 

"These are the days you will 
remember for the rest of your life. 
These are the memories you'll pack 
in a box and pull out sometimes. So 
pick your flowers, count the 
seconds, roll the dice. But, baby, 
don't wait 'till it's too late. Put a 
smile on your face, these are the 

~Jo Dee Messina 

Jody, Jod, Chode 

Elizabeth Brawders 

77 Woodside Drive 

Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lyrics 10, 11, 12 (Montreal 10) 


Swedish Fish 10, 11, 12 


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Fame 11 


Women's Chorus 9 

Concert Band 9 

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Gymnastics 9, 10, 11,12 

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SAFL Cheer Coach 9, 10, 12 

"All our dreams can come true, if we 


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have courage to pursue them." 

-Walt Disney 

"God help if you are a phoenix and 


you dare to rise up from the ash, a 


thousand eyes will smolder with 

jealousy while you are just flying 


~Ani Difranco 


Lizz, Angel, Courtney, Izzie, B 

Julia Bussolari 

107 Wimbleton Dr. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11 (Captain 9) 
Swimming 9, 10 
Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 



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Senior Class Play 
PALS 12 

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SADD 11, 12 
Key Club 11 

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Lifeguard 9, 10,11,12 

"Along the open road many times I've 
lied, may times I've listened, many 

times I've wondered, how much there is 

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to know, many dreams come true and 

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some have silver linings, I live for my 
dreams and pocketfull of gold." 

-Led Zepplin 
"The leaves are falling all around, time I 

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was on my way thanks to you, I'm 
much obliged but now its time for me to 

go, the autumn moon lights my way." 

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Bussi, Jules, Busso, Lori, Bussi 

Mama, Ma, Julie 

James Cadieux 

130 Academy Dr. 

NHS 11, 12 
Hockey 9, 10 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 
Peer Training 10 
Sandwich Artist 10, 11 
Kiddly Winks 12 

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"Even heroes have the right to 

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Jim, JC, Hippajim, Ha-choo, Really Big Jimmy, 


Andrew Casanova 

303 Deepwoods Dr. 

AnimeClublO, 11 
McDonalds 10, 11 
Wendy's 12 
Art 9, 10, 11, 12 

A], Elvis, Casanova 

Gary Cassista 

179 Longmeadow St. 

Wrestling 9 
Jet Jotter 9, 10 
Mobil Garage 10, 11,12 
Washington D.C. 9, 11 

"To those who like to rock, we 
salute you." 


"Despite all the suffering we will 
always have one constant and 
that would be music." 

Gar, Gman, G, Cassista, G-Smack 

Seniors 25 

Celia Catter 

319 Bliss Rd. 

Joey Chatman 

136 Alderman St. 

Basketball 9, 10, 11 (Captain 11) 
Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Finish Line 11,12 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

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Relay For Life 9, 10, 11, 12 
Hoops For Heat 10, 11 
Unity Club 

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"The only thing guaranteed in 
life is death, so I don't worry 

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about tomorrow's consequences, 

cause today may be my last." 


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Kelly Cline 

84 Colton PL 

Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Captain 12) 

SAFL Cheer Coach 10, 11 
Track & Field 10 
Gymnastics 10, 11, 12 
War of The Roses 
MSPCA Volunteer 12 
Lifeguard 10, 11, 12 

"Go abouts with your arms 
around the future, and your 
back up against the past." 

-Justin Hayward 
"A man may fall many times but 
is never a failure until he refuses 
to get back up." 


Kel, Clucki/, Cluck, Big Sense-A, Tivin, Double-K, Meat 

Madeline Cohen-Shrage 

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85 Greenacre Ave. 1 

SADD11, 12 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11,12 

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LCTV 12 

Israel 10 

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The Learning Center 10, 11, 12 

(Teacher's Aid) 

Senior Class Play 

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War of the Roses 

"But I've loved these days. So 

before we end, and then begin, 

we'll drink a toast to how it's 

been. A few more hours to be 

complete, a few more nights on 

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satin sheets, a few more times 

that I can say that I've reallv 

loved these days." -Billy Joel 1 
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Maddy, Mads, 

Wade Collins 

90 Longfellow Dr. 

Fake Wrestling 9 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

JWA9, 10, 11, 12 


Baton 9, 10 

"Of all the things I've lost, I miss 
my mind the most." 

-Ozzy Osbourne 
"Let's see action, let's see 
people, let's be free, let's see 
who cares." 

-The Who 
"If you're going to die, die in the 
ring, it's good for business." 

-"Rowdy" Roddy Piper 

Bruce, Wade-Nugz 

Katherine Compton 

43 Salem Rd. 

Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

Track & Field 10,11,12 

Softball 9 

French Club 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

St. Mary's Youth Group 9, 10 

Husky Volleyball Club 10, 11 

Baystate Games 10 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Section leader 10, 11, 12) 

Child Care 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lifeguard 11,12 

Lawncaie and landscaping 9, 10, 1 1, 


"This above all: To thine own sell be 
true, and it must tollou as the night 
and day, thou canst not then he Use 
to any man." 


Compdaivg, Comps 

26 Seniors 

Pearl Chauhan 

308 Pinewood Dr. 

Senior Class Play (Literary Producer) 

Computer Technician for LPS 12 

Indian Classical and Folk Dance 9, 10, 11, 


1 Hindu Cultural Group 9, 10, 11, 12 

1 NHS 11, 12 

1 Yearbook 10, 11, 12 (Copy Editor 12) 

1 SADD11, 12 

1 Cheerleading 9, 10 

1 Drill Team 11 

Jazz /Modern Dance 11 

War Of The Roses 

"How happy is he born and taught, that 

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serveth not another's will; whose armour is 

his honest thought. And simple truth his 

utmost skill." 


-Sir Henry Wotton 


"To know someone here or there with 

whom you can feel there is an understand- 

ing in spite of distances or thoughts 

expressed - that can make life a garden." 


Amy Chernock 

104 Cooley Drive 

Key Club 10, 11, 12 

Yearbook 11, 12 

Track & Field 10, 11, 12 

BBYO 12 

War Of The Roses 

Senior Class Play 

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" People are like stained-glass 

windows. They sparkle and 


shine when the sun is out, but 

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when the darkness sets in, their 

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true beauty is revealed only if 

there is a light from within." 

-Elizabeth Kubler Ross 

Chern, Chernock, Chern-dawg, Ames 

Jessica Collamore j 

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Big Y 10, 11, 12 HK*^ 1 
La Capella 11, 12 PP^ 
PALS 12 r i 

Drama-Speech Team in Holyoke 1 t 
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CVS 12 1 ' 

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lies we tell and hope to keep you 1 /, jjj.'ji 

safe from the pain." RlV ^! 

-Dave Matthews Band C^^WtJ 

Jess, Juice, J-Dawg 

Paul Collins 

603 Wolfswamp Rd. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
NHS 11, 12 
Wrestling 10 
Custodian 10, 11, 12 


"Everybody's equal, just don't 
measure it." 

-Bad Religion 

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Elizabeth Cossin 

384 Converse St. 

SPFTY9, 10, 11, 12 

(Treasurer 11) (Executive Vice 

President 12) 

Track & Field 9, 10,11, 12 

Harpers Guild 10, 11, 12 

Outing Club 10 

NHS 11, 12 

Child Care 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Bop around to the beat of your 
own theme song." 

Cossdiggity, Crouton, Little Buddy, Dawson Cossin 

Seniors 27 

Amy Cowen 



165 Lawrence Drive 

Soccer 9, 10 

Internship with Pete 11, 12 

PALS 10, 11,12 

SADD 10, 11, 12 

Yearbook 10, 11, 12 

(Faculty Editor 11) (Senior Editor 



War of the Roses 

Senior Class Play 

Twisties 12 

NHS 12 

"Today. . . wake up happy, chase a 
cloud, savor a memory, laugh out 
loud, whisper a promise, whistle a 
rune, fall asleep with a smile for 
the moon. Dream big. Reach high. 
Live, laugh, love. . ." 

AmyPamie, Amy love, CowGirl, Ames 

Nicholas Delis 

8 Ride Rd. 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 11) 


Twin Hills Country Club 9, 10, 


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"The time to repair the roof is 


when the sun is shining." 

-John F. Kennedy 

"If you really want something in 
this life you have to work for it. 
Now quiet, they're about to 


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announce the lottery numbers." 

-Homer Simpson 

Nick, Delis, Dell, Nicky D. 

Cameron Curran 

25 Woolworth St. 

Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

PALS 10, 11, 12 

SADD 11,12 

Tennis Instructor 10, 11 12 

CVS Photo 11, 12 

Babysitting 9, 10 

War of the Roses 

Senior Class Play 

Ronald McDonald Teen Board 11, 


"I've had the time of my life and I 
owe it all to you." 

-Dirty Dancing 

"When those candle lights of home 
burn so far very far away, well you 
got to let your soul shine." 

-Allman Brothers 

Mom, Cammy, Cammy Whamy, Good Story, Loadie 

Sarah Derby 

185 Edgewood Ave. 

Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 10) 

Basketball 9 

Softball 9, 10 (Captain 10) 

Swimming 10, 11 

Dance 11, 12 

Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Secretary 9, 10,11,12) 

School Council 9, 10, 11,12 

Western Mass Student Advisory 

Council 11, 12 (Chair Person 12) 

State Student Advisory Council 11, 


HOBY 10 

Amsaw 10,11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

NHS 11, 12 

"You only live once - but if you work 
it right, once is enough." 

-Joe E. Lewis 

Derby, Sail, Derrrrby 

Sean Donald 

28 Seniors 

Dayle Douglas 

Janet Davidow 

104 Maple Rd. 

Cheerleading 9, 10 

Women's Chorus 9 

La Capella 10, 12 

St. Mary's Youth Group 9, 10, 11, 


CCD Teacher 11, 12 

Lifeguard 12 

Piano 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"Even if I knew that tomorrow the 
world would go to pieces, I would 
still plant my apple tree." 

-Martin Luther 

"My hope is to leave the world a 
little bit better for having been 

-Jim Henson 

Brian Dean 

976 Frank Smith Rd. 


Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 9 


BPA 10, 11, 12 

(Vice President 11, 12) 

Jet Jotter 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Sports Editor 10, 11) 

CCD Teacher 11, 12 

Student Advisory Council 11, 12 

Custodian 10, 11, 12 

Caddy 9, 10, 11, 12 

"When we drink, we get drunk. 


When we get drunk, we fall asleep. 

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When we fall asleep, we commit 


no sin. When we commit no sin, 

we go to heaven. So let's all get 

Bryjf.yy^.'* M 

drunk and go to heaven." 

HRm' m 'M 

-Old Irish Toast 

Deano, Alan 


Kevin Dickson 

72 Garfield St. 

Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 




Senior Class Play 

Statewide Mechanical Worker 

Capture the Flag Captain 

"Wearing shoes protects your feet." 

-Rob Travers 

"If you throw a rock at the ground, 

don't miss." 

-Kevin Dickson 


"If a train is coming towards you at 

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full speed, move out of the way." 


~CJ Denmark 

"When driving a car, stop at the stop 


-Kevin Dickson 

Dicky, Dick, Big Kei 

;, K-Dix 

Andrew Dikan 

237 Green Hill Rd. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 12 
Wrestling 10, 12 
Class Treasurer 11, 12 
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Everyday above ground is a 
good day." 


"I firmly believe that any man's 
finest hour is that moment when 
he has worked his heart out in 
good cause, and lies exhausted 
on the field of battle, victorious." 
-Vince Lombardi 


The Dyke, Duggan, Die 

ken, Dyko 

Margaret Do) 

150 Blueberry Hill Rd. 


Soccer 9, 10 

Basketball 9, 10, 11,12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

Vj ", 12 



(Faculty Co-Editor 11) (Senior Co-Editor 


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PALS 10, 11,12 


SADD10, 11, 12 

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Pete's Assistant 11 


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War of the Roses 

Hoops for Heart 10, 11 
BPA 12 


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"Twenty years from now, vou will be more 


disappointed by the things you don't do, 

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then by the things you did do. So throw 


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off the bowlines, sail away from the safe 



harbor, catch the trade winds in your sail. 

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Explore, Dream, Discover." 

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-Mark Twain 

"Happiness is a condition of the mind, not 

of circumstances." 

Maggie, Mags, Dodi 

e, Dods 

Karen Dubinsky 

85 Birch Rd. 

Cohoes 11, 12 

"I want things to be serious, but 
I want them to be stupid too." 

Dubin, Dubes, Dubs, The Dubinator, Duby, K-Dogg 

Seniors 29 

Neal Dugre 

795 Converse St. 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11,12 

(Second Chair and Section 

Leader 10) (First Chair and 

Section Leader 12) 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Community Rep. 12) 

International Club 10, 11, 12 

(Secretary 11, 12) 

NHS 11, 12 

National Youth Leadership 

Forum 11 

Harvard MUN 11, 12 

WNECMUN10, 11, 12 

"In three words I can sum up 
everything I've learned about 
life: It goes on." 

-Robert Frost 

Marie Durfee 

81 Ellington St. 

"And if you listen very hard, the 
tune will come to you at last, when 
all are one and one is all, to be a rock, 
and not to roll." -Led Zepplin 

"There is a road, no simple highway, 
between the dawn and dark of night, 
but if you go, no one may follow, 
that path is for your steps alone." 

-Grateful Dead 
"Emancipate yourself from mental 
slavery, none but ourselves can free 
our minds." -Bob Marley 

"Oh take your time, don't live too 
fast, troubles will come, and they 
will pass." -Lynyrd Skynyrd 

"Lose your dreams and you will lose 
your mind." -Rolling Stones 

"And we all shine on, and the moon 
and the stars and the sun, and we all 
shine on." -John Lennon 

MD, MDurf, Re, Durftil, Twin #2 

Darren Duke 

74 Rockland St. 

Hockey 10, 11, 12 

PAC 10, 11 

Conneticuit River Cruise 9, 10, 



Caroline Ehresman 

84 Massachusetts Ave. 

Latin Club 10, 11, 12 


(Vice President 11) (President 


Key Club 9, 10 

Jet Jotter 10, 11, 12 

Page at Storrs Library 10, 11, 12 

Volunteer at Storrs Library 9, 10 

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NHS 11, 12 

"Some people see things as they 
are and say why; I dream of 
things that never were and say 
why not." 

-Robert F. Kennedy 1 

David Ernst 

39 Harwich Rd. 

Soccer 9 

Track & Field 10 

Cross Country 11,12 (Captain 12) 
Science League 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lyrics 9, 10, 11, 12 

ICantorilO, 11, 12 

Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 



Western Mass District Chorus 9, 10, 

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Mass All-State Chorus 9, 10, 1 1 
MENC All-Eastern Chorus 11 
ACDA All-Eastern Chorus 12 


Young Artists Vocal Program 1 1 
NHS 11, 12 (Tutoring Co-Chair 12) 
ACafellasll, 12 


"If a man is standing in the middle oi 

^^^^. - 

the forest speaking and there is no 
woman around to hear him is In- 
still wrong 7 " 

Dave, Schnozz 

Trevor Fay 

30 Seniors 

Jason Dunn 

78 Ellington St. 


Jimmy Fund 9 


Kid's Day 9, 10 

Key Club 9, 10 

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Men's Chorus 9 

Lyrics 10, 11, 12 

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A Caffellas 11, 12 

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Odyssey of the Mind 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Board of Directors 12) 

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"And the rest. . . will just be rock 

and roll." 

-High Pockets Dunkin 

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on the death of Buddy Holly 

Jay, Jay Dunn, Dunn, Dunner, Big J 

ay Dunn, BJ Dunn 

Elizabeth Durfee 

81 Ellington St. 

Soccer 9, 10 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11 
Ski Team 10, 11, 12 
Cross Country 12 
Outing Club 
War of The Roses 
Senior Class Play 
NHS 11, 12 

"Dream as if you'll live forever, 
live as if you'll die today." 

"Oo baby baby it's a wild world, 
it's hard to get by just upon a 

-Cat Stevens 

"Live. Laugh. Love." 

Liz, Durf, LDurf, Kid Durf, Twin #2, Lulu 

Lauren Emma 

248 Deepwoods Dr. 

Cross Country 9, 10 
Swim Team 9, 10 
Track & Field 10 
Cheerleading 10 
Key Club 9, 10 
Senior Class Play 
War of The Roses 

"Time - don't let it slip away, 
raise your drinking glass, here's 
to yesterday." 


Emma, Lem, Laurdogg, Eminator 

Lindsay Feldman 

99 Twin Hills Dr. 


Ski Team 9, 10, 11, 

Key Club 10 

Peer Training 10, 11 

SADD 11, 12 

D.J.S.T. 9, 10, 11, 12 (President 12) 

War of The Roses 

La Capella 12 

Senior Class Play (Set Designer) 

"You can't buy back the time, so 
stop and love, and dance and live, 
and laugh until you cry, don't 
wake up and realize your time has 
passed you by." 

-Edwin McCain 

"The world is but a canvas to our 

-Henry David Thoreau 

Linz, Linzaloo, Feldo 

Trevor Emond 

Lindsey Fernald 

163 Blueberry Hill Rd. 

Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Assistant Coach Intern 12) 

(Captain 10) 

Lacrosse 9, 10 

Basketball 9 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Jet Jotter 10, 11, 12 

Yearbook 12 


"Let your soul shine, it's better 
than moonshine, better than 
sunshine, damn sure better than 
rain, hey let your soul shine, 
shine till the break of day." 

-The Allman Brothers 

Fern, Fernie, Flernald, Ferns 

Seniors 31 

George Ferrel 

58 Englewood Rd. 

Golf 9, 10, 11, 12 

Basketball 9, 10,11,12 
Lacrosse 9 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Section Leader 12) 

"I know you believe that you 
understand what I think I said, 
but I'm not so sure you realize 
that what you heard is not what 
I mean." 

-Lewis Carroll, Alice in 

Andrew Fitzpatrick 

186 Viscount Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11 
Ski Team 9, 10 
Tennis 9, 10 
NHS 11, 12 
Jet Jotter 11, 12 
Outing Club 11 
Senior Class Play 
Tennis Instructor 10, 11 

"I never let my schooling interfere with my 

-Mark Twain 

"I find I'm so excited, I can barely hold a 
thought in my head. I think it the 
excitement only a free man can feel, a free 
man at the start of a long journey whose 
conclusion is uncertain. I hope I can make 
it across the border. I hope to seek my 
friend, and shake his hand. I hope the 
Pacific is as blue as it has been in my 
dreams. I hope." 


Fitz, Pooter, Wolfie, TBAC, Dad 

Ryan Foss 

7 Hilltop Rd. 


Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Captain 11, 12) (MA State Cham- 
pion) (All Western Mass) 
Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12 


(Section Leader 11, 12) 
Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Mr"^» ^B^^H 

(Section Leader 11 , 12) 
Symphony Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 
Pit Orchestra 10, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

CCD Teacher 11,12 

Trumpet Teacher 11, 12 

District Jazz Band 9 
District Concert Band 10 

(Principal Chair) 
Brass Quintet 10, 11,12 


"They all must fall in the round I 


-Mohammed AH 

Pinky Man 

Ramona Frei 

58 Falmouth Rd. 


Springifled Symphonic Youth 

Orchestra 12 

Babysitting 12 

Karate 12 

"Es gibt viele schone Manner auf 
dieser Welt, aber so verdammt 
wenig zait...!" 

Marcus Gaines 

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90 Wenonah Rd. 

Football 9, 10,11, 12 

Basketball 10,11, 12 

Track & Field 10, 11, 12 

ABC Plant Sale 9, 10, 11, 12 

Longmeadow Road Race 9, 10 

Gridiron Club Bottle Drive 9, 10, 11, 12 

Intramural Volleyball 9, 10 

Personal Youth Football Coach 9, 10, 11, 


Math Tutorial Program 10, 11, 12 

Babysitter9, 10, 11, 12 

SADD9, 10, 11 

JCC Basketball 9, 11, 12 

"Life is a mystery to be lived not a 
problem to be solved. . ." 

-Marcus Gaines 

"It is better to desire honors and not 

have them than in have then and not 
deserve them." 

-Mark Twain 


Lindsay Gallant 

32 Seniors 

Kathryn Flynn | 

33 Allen Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Basketball 9, 10 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Camp Counselor 11 
Lifeguard 12 
Key Club 9 
SADD 11, 12 

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PALS 12 

Senior Class Play 
War of The Roses 

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"Think as it was, and how it will 

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always be, though the course 
may sometimes change, rivers 
always reach the sea." 

-Led Zepplin 

Katye, Kates, Flynn, . 

KC, Ryn 

Andrew Fortune 

117Hillcrest Ave. 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Habitat for Humanity 11, 12 

McCullough Builders Inc. 11, 12 

Church Youth Group 9, 10, 11, 


Loaves and Fishes 9, 10 

Area Code Games 11 

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Team One 11 


Wood Bat Championship 12 


"The object of war is not to die 


for your country. The object is to 

make damn sure the other... dies 

for his." 

-Gen. George S. Patton 


Fortch, Cookie, Andy, . 


Jenna Fusaro 

51 Wilkin Dr. 

Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 11, 12) 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

War Of The Roses 

SAFL Cheer Coach 10, 11, 12 

"Life is 10% what happens to 
you and 90% how you react to it 
. . and that is your attitude." 

"Harry, I took care of it." 

-Dumb & Dumber 

JFU, Jennielove, LW Sense-A, Schnitzie 

Michael Gallant 

75 York Dr. 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 
Golf 9 

Football 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Captain 12) 

"When you live your life in a 
world of illusion, it is good to 
know which door to go through 
to get back to reality." 

-David Baird 

Negative 4, Lopez, Ernie 

Michael Fydenk 

272 Captain Rd. 

Baseball 9, 10 

Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 

Biking 10, 11, 12 

BPA 10, 1 1 (Co-President 10, 1 1 ) 

Caddying9, 10, 11, 12 

Big Y 10 

CCD Teacher 11 

Key Club 9 

"Think I'm going down to the well 
tonight and I'm going to drink till I 
get my fill and I hope when I get old 
I don't sit around thinking about it 
but I probably will. Yeah, just sitting 
back trying to recapture a little of the 
glory of, but time slips away and 
leaves you with nothing mister but 
boring stories of glory days." 

-Bruce Springsteen 

Fyden, Bush, Head, BW, 


Fyob, Fries 

Seniors 33 

Daniel Galuska 

22 Wild Grove Ln. 

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Soccer 9, 10,11 

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Baseball 9, 10, 11 

Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 
Key Club 10, 11,12 

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(Board Member 11, 12) 
Senior Class Play 


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"Good enough never is." 

-Mr. Dyson 


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Dan, Twin #4 

Matthew Galuska 

I 22 Wild Grove Ln. 

i^^HP^vt" I Soccer 9, 10, 11 

^r^ I Swimming 9, 

^Sm I (Captain 12) 

, jffi > I Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

A I Kev Club 10. 11. 12 

*i|Mk |p I (Officer 10, 11, 12) 

'*]Hp A I "Any fish can swim down- 

I I stream, it takes a live one to 

I swim up." 

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Matt, Matty, Tivin #3 

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1 Green Giant, /< 

ffrey Gerlach 

75 Maple Rd. 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11,12 
Cross Country 11, 12 
(Captain 12) 

Science League 10, 11, 12 
Math Team 10, 11, 12 
Astronomy Club 10, 11 
NHS 11, 12 (Vice President 12) 
Odyssey of the Mind 10, 11 
Rough Draft 11, 12 
(Layout Editor 12) 

°ff~°> Jeffery-san, Ffej, Jeffmo 


2ssica Gibby 

22 Branch St. 


Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Jet Jotter 12 


Art Club 12 

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Senior Class Play 

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War Of The Roses 

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"...Life isn't about if vou have a lot 1 

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of friends, or if vou are alone, and 

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it's not about how accepted or 


unaccepted you are. Life just isn't 

about that. But life is about who 

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vou love and who vou hurt. It's 

about how vou feel about vourself. 1 


It's about trust, happiness, and 
compassion. It's about sticking up 1 

for your friends and replacing 
inner hate with love." 

~KO 1 

oo Goo, Bert, Herb 

Gib, G 

Brian Goff 

10 Vance St. 

NHS 11, 12 (Tutoring Chair 12) 

Science League 9, 10, 11, 12 

Mock Trial 10 

Key Club 9 

As Schools Match Wits 11, 12 

Summer at Macduffie 9, 10 (CIT) 

Souper Salad 10, 11 

(Utility Worker) 

Tufts Summer Session 11, 12 

Unlisted Union News 9 (Writer) 


"My son, seek thee out of a 
kingdom equal to thyself, 
Macedonia has not enough room 
for thee." 

-Philip of Macedon to his son, 
Alexander the Great 
ffer, Team Goff, Hrothgar, Wiglaf 

Julia Gofman 

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536 Frank Smith 

JCC Cudas Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 12 

Tennis 9, 10, 12 

Longmeadow Community Market 

11, 12 

Georgetown Lifeguard 12 

Yearbook 10, 11, 12 

PALS 12 

Women's Chorus 9 

La Cappella 10 

War of The roses 

"Too late it's gone, I bet you're sad, 
thi> is the best time we ever had." 


"We laughed until we had to cry and 
we loved right down to our l.i»t 

Juls, Ey 

es, Julia Gulia, Julie 

34 Seniors 

John Gartman 

45 Viscount Rd. 

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Basketball 9, 10 

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Soccer 9, 10, 11 

Outing Club 11, 12 

Brightwood Hardware 

YEM 9, 10, 11, 12 

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"Long distance runner, what 

you holdin' out for? Caught in 

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slow motion in a dash to the 

door. The flame from your stage 

has now spread to the floor, you 

gave it all you had, why you 

wanna give more? The more 

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that you give the more it will 

take to the thin line beyond 

which you can't fake. Fire! Fire 

on the mountain." 

-Grateful Dead 

Michael Gavin 

41 Longview Dr. 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 



Lacrosse 9, 10 

Track & Field 11, 12 



BPA 11, 12 


Senior Class Play 

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Don't Just Sit There 9, 10 

CVS 11 

"If fishing were that easy, it ^^^^^^B. 

would be called catching." ^^^^^^^^t 

Mike, Gavin, MGAV 1 

Leah Glushien 

"l know a lot of people without 
brains who do an awful lot of 

-Scarecrow, Wizard of Oz 

John Goddard 

144 Franklin Rd. 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 
Ski Team 10, 11, 12 


Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

"I don't get it, it's just a joke 
Dad. . . Oh! Jokes. I get Jokes." 
-Homer J. Simpson 

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"If you want to dance you gotta 
pay the band." 

-Mr. O'Sullivan 

"The greatest risk, is not taking 


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ROB, IceBergSlim, Lankey, 


Robert Goodwin III 

43 Wood End Rd. 


Football 9, 10 
Big Y 10, 11, 12 

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"Party now, you can sleep when 
you're dead." 

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Bobby, Bob-B 

Timothy Gould 

740 Maple Rd. 

Hockey 9, 10, 11 

Football 10 

Church Youth Group (Sounds, 

Lights, Video, Band) 11, 12 

BigY9, 10, 11, 12 

American Saw 12 

Florida 10 

"Pain makes me stronger every 

-Mat Cavalera 

T, TJ, Snakeman 

Heather Gray 

47 Warren Terr. 

Lyrics 10, 11, 12 
Swedish Fish 10, 11,12 
ICantorill, 12 
Outing Club 10 
Children's Chorus 10, 11, 12 
(Music Theory Teacher) 
Canada Trip With Lyrics 10 
Frosh (A capella group) 9 
Senior District Chorus 11, 12 
All State Chorus 11, 12 

Stinky, Heather-Gray, Heza-San, Hedder 

Amy Green 

120 Inverness Ln. 

PALS 10, 11,12 
SADD10, 11, 12 
(President 11, 12) 
Art Club 9 
Latin Club 10 
NHS 11, 12 
War Of The Roses 
Peer Training 12 

"Never mistake temptation for 

-Fortune Cookie 

Green, Greeno, Amer, Gappy 

Ross Gruet 

104 Willowbrook Rd. 

Men's Chorus 9, 10, 12 

Lyrics 11 

Movie Club 9 

Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, 

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Keyboard 9, 10, 11, 12 


Track & Field 11 

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Snowboarding & Skateboarding 


Longmeadow Community 

Market 10 

Longmeadow Motor Cars 12 


"In time our band will be most 


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-Bill & Ted 


is Boss, Gru-Hay 

36 Seniors 

Kristen Hannifan 

154 Wolf Swamp Rd. 

Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 
Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

SADD 10, 12 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 
Prospect House 12 

"There's the people you've 
known forever who like. . . 
know you. . . in this way that 
other people can't. Because 
they've seen you change. 
They've let you change." 

-My So-Called Life 
"Remember, the world is round 
and the place that seems like the 
end may also be the beginning." 

KCH, Kris, Fibster, Tin, Klistal, Ralph 

Michael Haberman 

186 Inverness Ln. 

Football 9, 10, 11 

Wrestilng 9, 10 

BPA11, 12 (Secretary 11) 

(Service Award 11) 

CVS clerk 11 

JCC Basketball, 11, 12 

Trip To Israel 11 

Little League Baseball Umpire 


Little League Baseball Coach 11 

"If you can not fly, run; if you 
can not run, walk; if you can not 
walk, crawl. But keep moving. 
Keep moving." 

-Martin Luther King Jr. 
"Every man dies, not every man 
really lives." -Braveheart 


Bryan Harr 

36 Converse St. 

Varsity Baseball 10,11, 12 

(Captain 12) 

Varsity Football 11, 12 

All-Western Mass Baseball 11,12 

Higher Ground Youth Group 9, 


Missions trip to Arizona 10 

Discipleship Training 9, 10, 11 

Sports Camp Counselor 11, 12 

Grounds Crew Worker for LCC 


"I am the wav, the truth, and the 

-Jesus -John 14:6 

Bry, Bry-Dawg 

Jennifer Grimaldi 

Soccer 9 
Art Club 9 
Key Club 9, 10 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 

"Good friends we've had an 
good friends we've lost along 
the way. In this great future you 
can't forget your past. So dry 
your tears." 

-Bob Marley 

"Sometimes someone says 
something really small but it 
firts right into the empty space 
in your heart." 

Jen, Jick, Girmardi, G.I. Jick 

Lisa Haflich 

54 Eastland Rd. 

Outing Club 9 
Key Club 10, 11, 12 
(Class Representative 12) 
Yearbook 11 (Photo Staff) 
Chorus 9, 10, 12 
Friendly's 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 

"Whatever tears at us, whatever 
holds us down, and if nothing 
can be done, we'll make the best 
of what's around." 

-Dave Matthews Band 

Elizabeth Grodd 

61 Prynne Ridge Rd. 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 12) 

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Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 


NHS 11, 12 



Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 


PALS 11, 12 

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SADD10, 11, 12 


LCTV/News 40 internship 11, 12 


Presidential Classroom 11 


DJST 9, 10, 11, 12 (President) 

Youth Track Coach 11, 12 

Impressions 11, 12 

Indoor Track 12 

Senior Class Play 

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War Of The Roses 

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"Never let yesterday's 

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disappointments overshadow 

tomorrow's dreams." 

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Lizzie, Ziz, Oh My Grodd, ZZ, Zizzie 

Bradley Hall 

76 Fenwood Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10 

Baseball 9, 10, 12 

Yearbook Staff 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Business Editor 9, 10) 


(List Editor 11, 12) 

PALS 10, 11, 12 

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"There's things I remember and 

things I forget, I miss you, I guess 


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that I should. 500 miles away, 

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what would you change, if you 

could? I need a phone call. Maybe 

I should buy a new car. I could 

always hear the freight trains if I 

listen real hard. I wish it was a 

small world, cuz I'm lonely for the 

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big town. I'd like to hear a little 

guitar. It's raining in Baltimore 

but everything else is the same." 

~A. Duritz 

Samuel Harris j 

84 Wheelmeadow Dr. 

Football 10, 11 

Hockey 9, 10 
Lacrosse 9 


Track & Field 10 

Longmeaodow Community 
Market 11, 12 

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Landscaping 11, 12 
Foodmart 12 

Sam l 

Seniors 37 

Adam Haselkorn 

45 Oxford Rd. 

Men's Chorus 9, 10 

Lyrics 11, 12 

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Frosh 9 


Senior District 11, 12 
A-Caffelasll, 12 
Voice Lessons 12 

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Guitar Lessons 9, 10, 11, 12 

Key Club 11 

Big Y 10, 11 


"Hey my friend, it seems your 

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your times with me. Would you 
say you're feeling low and so, a 
good idea would be to get it off 
your mind. ..Turns out not where 
but who you're with that really 

-Dave Matthews 

Jose Hernandez 

90 Wenonah Rd. 

Unity Club 9, 10, 11, 12 (Vice 
President/Activity Coordinator 12) 
Track & Field 10, 11, 12 


JCC Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 



NHS 11, 12 

ABC Scholar 9, 10, 11,12 

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EseDualll, 12 

Plant Sale 9, 10, 11,12 
Peer Training 10 


Staples 11 (Merchandiser) 

"What comes around goes around so 
treat others the way you wished to 
be treated." 

"Sorrwhere there's someone who 
dreams of your smile, and finds in 
your presence that life is worthwhile, 1 
so when you are lonely, remember 
this is true: somebody, somewhere is 
thinking of you." -Jose Hernandez 

Jazs, Ei 

>e, Crazy Dominican 

Julia Heaton 

35 Edgemont St. 

Women's Chorus 9 

La Capella 12 

Track & Field 10, 11, 12 

"Here's to us fools that have no 
meaning. I tip my glass to you. 
Let's toast the night away to 
friends and forget about 

-New Found Gory 

"Do not forget to entertain 
strangers for by doing so, some 
have entertained angels without 
knowing it." 

-Hebrews 13:2 

Juls, Juj, Connie, Asner 

Christian Hicks 

122 Quinntehtuk Rd. 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Captain 11) 

Outing Clubb 11,12 
(Officer 11, 12) 
Senior Class Play 
Impressions 11, 12 
Lyrics 10, 11, 12 
NHS 11, 12 

"Before you criticize a man walk a 
mile in his shoes, that way when 
you do criticize him you will be a 
mile away and have this shoes" 

- Jack Handey 
"Illegitimus non carborundum" 

Chris, Hicks, Hicksy, Chicks, Chigs 

Katherine Holden 

33 Farmington Ave. 

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Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Captain 12) 
Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 11, 12) 

Lacrosse 9, 10 , 11 (Captain 10) 

PALS 10, 11, 12 

SADD9, 10, 11, 12 

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Ronald McDonald House Teen 

JmM Am 

Board 10,11,12 
War Of The Roses 
Senior Class Play 

"It is better to be hated for who 

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and what you're not." 

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"Where is Becky Soja?" 

Kate, Foxy, H 

olden, Denny, K-Man, Nigel 

Sara Holland 

43 Silver Birch Rd. 

SB' a' , 

Key Club 9, 10, 11,12 

(Scraphook Co-Editor 12) 
Art Club 10 


Jet Jotter 9, 10, 11, 12 

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Masacksic 10, 11, 12 

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(Co-Business/Ads Editor 11) 


(Co-Editor in Chief 12) 

Dance 1? years 


Dance Teacher 9, 10, 11, 12 

Albany Berkshire Ballefs The 

Nutcracker 9, 10, 11 

Dance Hall of Fame 12 

1 ,m I inn Pile Clerk 9, 10 

Starrs Ubrerj Page 10, 11, 12 

Children's Summer Theater Teacher'* 

Assistant 10, 11, 12 

Senioi Class Haj Choreographer 

Wai Of Ihe Rosea 

Mis 11,12 

[he moat v\ asred da} of all is that or 
u hu h \\ e run e not laughed." 

-Nicolas Chan 



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38 Seniors 

Marie Hemmel 

592 Frank Smith Rd. 


Diving 9, 10, 11,12 (Captain 11, 12) 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11 

Track & Field 9, 10 

Jet Jotter 9, 10, 1 1, 12 (Campus News Editor 


Rough Draft 9, 12 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 



PALS 10, 11, 12 (Board Member 11, 12) 


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Outing Club 11, 12 


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Camp Counselor 11 

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Lifeguard 11, 12 


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Gap 12 



Presidential Classroom 11 


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Senior Class Play 


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"Be who you are and say what you feel 



because those who mind don't matter and 


those who matter don't mind." -Dr. Seuss 

"If wishes were trees the trees would be 

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falling, listen to reason, reason is calling. 

your feet are going to be on the ground, 

your head is there to move you around." 





Krista Henneman { 

357 Green Hill Rd. 

Mock Trial 10 

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Key Club 10, 11, 12 

SADD 11, 12 

PALS 11, 12 

Track & Field 10, 11 

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Cross Country 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 (Treasurer 12) 

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Senior Class Play 

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Greenwood Counselor 11, 12 

CVS 11 

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"Work like you don't need the 

money. Love like you've never 

been hurt. Dance like nobody's 


-Mark Twain 

STA, Skakri, Pinks, Tweedledee, Hoku, Kleesta 

Amy Higgins 

126 Williamsburg Dr. 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Volleyball 9, 10 ,11 (Co- Captain 10) 

Intramural Volleyball 10 

NHS 11,12 (Community Service 

Chair 12) 

Rough Draft 9, 10, 11 12 (Writing 

Editor 11) (Co-Editor In Chief 12) 

Yearbook 10, 11, 12 

French Club 9, 10, 11 

France Trip 10 

Photography Club 10 


War Of The Roses 

Senior Class Play 

"Time is not measured by the 
passing of years, but by what one 
does, what one feels, and by what 
one achieves." 

Ames, Higs, Amykate, Papillon, Lola 

Elizabeth Hoff 

24 Pinewood Hills 

Orchestra 9, 10, 11,12 

Field Hockey Manager 9, 10, 11, 12 

Swimming 9, 10 

Track & Field 10 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Board Member 9, 10, 11, 12) 

Outing Club 9 

SEA trip 10 

Girl Scouts 9, 10 

Chez Joseph 12 

St. Mary's Youth Group 9, 10, 11 

(Board Member 10) 

Harmony Springs 9, 10 

CCD Teacher 11, 12 

BaystatePedi 10, 11, 12 

War Of The Roses 

Senior Class Play 

Storrotown 10, 11, 12 

"Some people come into our lives and quicky 

go. Some stay for a while and leave footprints 

on our hearts. And we are never, ever the 


"I geuss when you're stucked in mud up to the 

shiny parts, you find out who your REAL best 

friends are." -Chuckie, Rugrats 

Lisa, Hoff, Huff 'n Puff, Sisi, Lis, Grasshopper 

Brian Hubbard 

11 Nevins Ave. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

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Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12 


Youth Football Coach 11, 12 


Parks Department 12 

"Don't take life too seriously, 


you won't get out of it alive." 


-Hubbards Law 

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(from Murphy's Law) 


HB, Hubs, Hubby, Mother, Hova 

Derek Hurwitch 

40 Franklin Terr. 

Varsity Golf 9, 10, 11, 12 
JV Baseball 9, 10 
JV Wrestling 9 
Varsity Wrestling 10 
Longmeadow Country Club 12 

"It is not the critic who counts, 
not the man who points out how 
stronger men have stumbled. 
The credit belongs to the man in 
the arena. Who may fault, but 
makes daring and bold efforts in 
the attempts. The critic is one of 
the cold and timid souls who 
knows neither victory nor 

-Teddy Roosevelt 

D-Man, Herbwich, D 

Seniors 39 


ason Hwang 

5 Janquil Lane 

Rough Draft 11,12 

Science League 10, 11, 12 

WMML 10, 11, 12 

Track and Field 9, 10, 11,12 

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(Line Captain 12) 

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Astronomy Club 10, 11, 12 

(Vice President 11, 12) 

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YPS10, 11, 12 

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Winter Track and Field 12 


Chariot 32 Studios Production 

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Manager 11,12 

Senior Class Play Producer 

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3D Artists 11, 12 

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Web Designer 11,12 

French Club 9, 10 

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"With great power comes even greater 



"I have always remembered people's 

faces... but in your case, I'll make an 

exception." -Groucho Marx 

VWinger, Arti 

c, Huang, Jay, J ace, Juang 

Gabriella Israel 

Laquisha Jewell 

158 Thompson Rd. 

Basketball 9, 12 

Track & Field 11, 12 

Unity Club 9, 10, 11, 12 (Co-Captain 12) 

Relay For Life 10, 11, 12 

Hoops For Heart 11, 12 

The Center Of Hope 11,12 (Counselor/ 

Youth Group President 11, 12) 

Allen Iverson Fan Club 9, 10, 11, 12 


Navigator Fan Club 9, 10, 11, 12 


Church Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 (Drummer) 

"I can do all things through Christ that 
strengthens me." -Bible 

"If I take the steps now, later I'll finish 
the mile. Growing from a little girl to 
an educated Black woman. Letting the 
lord be light so that I do what is right. 
As I continue my journey through life I 
will arise. I am my father's daughter 
and I'm not afraid of anything." -Quish 

Quish, Quisha, OG, Mamma Quish, No Log 

Paul Kent 

61 Birchwood Ave. 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11.12 

(Section Leader 11, 12) 

Pep Band 9, 10,11,12 

JV Soccer 10 

|\ --wimTeam9, 10 

Cross Country 11 

Women's Chorus 9 

La Capella 10 

Lvricsll, 12 

Swedish Fish 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 (Co-Fundraising Chair 12) 

French Club 9, 10 

Reading Tutor 10, 11 

Peer Training 10, 11 

Camp Counselor 10 

Swim Instructor 10, 11, 12 

Oil Painting Lessons 9, 10, 11, 12 

BBYO, NCSY, 9, 10, 11,12 

War of the Roses 

"A dream is like a river, everychanging a: 
it flows. And dreamers just a vessel, that 
must follow where it goes." 

Gaby, Gabzy, Gabster, Gucci, Goobie, Isreal 

Samuel Katz 

22 Cheshire Dr. 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

A AU Basketball 9, 10, 11 

Hoops For Heart 11, 12 

Israel Trip 11 

JCC Summer Camp 12 

JCC After School Program 12 

"I firmly believe that any man's 
finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of 
all that he holds dear, is the moment 
that he has worked his heart out in a 
good cause and lies exhausted on the 
field of battle - victorious." 

-Vince Lombardi 
"For every dark night, there's a 
bright dav after that, so stick your 
chest out, keeps ya head up, and 
handle it." -Tupac 

"If vou want to be #1, then train like 
vou are #2." 

Katz, Katzenmoyer, Shmuel 

Afsheen Khosrowjerdi 


40 Seniors 

Rachel Jackowitz 

36 Fairhill Dr. 

Women's Chorus 9 

La Capella 10 

Lyrics 11, 12 

Sweedish Fish 11, 12 


Hebrew School Teacher Assistant 

9, 10, 11 

Hebew School Teacher 12 


Reading Tutor 12 


Drama 9, 10, 11, 12 

Science League 11 

Dance 9 

War Of The Roses 

Senior Class Play 


Camp Counselor 12 


"A friend is someone who knows 

the song of your heart and can 

sing it back to you when you've 


forgotten the words." 


Rach, Rachie, Rae-Rae, 1 


David Jacquin 

717 Frank Smith Rd. 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Soccer 9 

Math Team 9, 10 

Science League 9, 10, 11, 12 

Rough Drag 11, 12 

(Photo Art Editor 12) 

Brightwood Hardware 11 

Kiddly Winks 12 

"At night my mind does not 
much care, If what it thinks is 
here or there, It tells me stories it 
invents, And makes up things 
that don't make sense, I don't 
know why it does this stuff, The 
real world seems quite weird 

-Bill Watterson 


Jacquin, Froggie, Dave, Jacoin, Jackiti, The Caddie 

Rachel Kaye 

424 Inverness Ln. 

ffrack & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Cross Country 11, 12 


(Assistant Manager 12) 

JCC Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Co-Captain 12) 

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Key Club 9, 10 


Yearbook 10, 11,12 

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(Section Editor 10, 11, 12) 

Drill Team 11, 12 

War Of The Roses 

Senior Class Play 

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"Friendship is the hardest thing in the 

world to explain. It's not something 

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you learn in school. But if you haven't 

learned the meaning of friendship, you 

really haven't learned anything." 

-Muhammad Ali 

"They may forget what you said, but 


they will never forget how you made 

them feel." -Carl W. Ruechner 


Ray, Rach, Achel ray, Kaye, Bt 



Jennifer King 

30 Hadley St. Springfield 

CVS 11, 12 

War of the Roses 

"A friend is someone who 
dances with you in the sunlight 
and walks with you in the 

'Good luck to the class of 2002! 

Jen, Jen Jen, Coots 

Andrew Kennedy 

285 Concord Rd. 

Track & Field 11 
Cross Country 12 

"Life is a garden, man. Digit." 
-Joe Dirt 

Drew, Drewboogie 

Michael Klein 

49 Lawrence Dr. 

Football 9, 10 

Track & Field 9, 10 

Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Section Leader 12) 

Symphony Orchestra 11, 12 

MYWE 10, 11, 12 (Tour to Budapest, 

Vienna, & Prague 10) (Tour to Italy 12) 

Youth Philharmonic Orchestra 11 

(Tour to Cuba & Venezuela 11) 

SPFTY9, 10,11, 12 

(President 11) (Regional Board Rep 12) 

NFTYY-North East 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Prayer Coordinator 11) (Overall 12) 

As Schools Match Wits 11, 12 

"Whoever destroys a single life is as guilty 
as though he had destroyed the entire 
world; and whoever rescues a single life 
earns as much merit as though he had 
rescued the entire world." 

-From Talmud 

Mike, Mikey, Migitelito, Miguel, Music Dork, Rabbi 

Seniors 41 


Matthew Kranz 

65 Hillcrest Ave. 

When you get what you want in your 
struggle for self. And the world makes you 
king for a day. Just go to the mirror and 
look at yourself. And see what that man has 
to say. For it isn't your father or mother or 
wife, whose judgement upon you must 
pass. The man whose verdict counts most in 
your life, Is the one staring back from the 
glass. Some people might think you're a 
straight-shooting guy. And call you 
wonderful, But the man in the glass says 
your only a bum. If you can't look him 
straight in the eye. He's the fellow to 
please, never mind all the rest, For he's with 
vou clear to the end. And you've passed 
your most dangerous test, If the guy in the 
glass is your friend. You may fool the 
whole world down the pathways of years, 
And get pats on the back as your pass. But 
your final reward is the heartache and tears, 
If you've cheated them man in the glass. Be 
yourself for once." 

-Matt Kranz 
"Who wants to go bowling?" 

Special K 

-Matt Kran/ 

Sarah Krill 

1 58 Converse St. 

Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 10) 
Class Officer 9, 10 (Vice President 11, 12) 
Yearbook 11, 12 (Sports Editor 12) 
SADD11, 12 
Impressions 1 1, 12 

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Concert Band 9 (Section Leader 9) 


Wind Ensemble 10, 11,12 
(Section Leader 11, 12) 
Symphony Orchestra 11,12 
Youth Lacrosse Coach 9, 10, 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 

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War Of The Roses 
YMCA Volunteer 1 1 , 12 
BPA 12 

"Cherish your vision; cherish your ideals; 
cherish the music that stirs in vour heart, 


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the beautv that forms in vour mind, the 

lovelines that drapes vour purest thoughts, 

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for out of them will grow delightful 

conditions, all heavenly environment of 

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these; if you but remain true to them, vour 

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world will at last be built." 

-James Allen 

SK, Krill 

Vlark Kuhn 

285 Farmington Rd. 


Soccer 9, 10,11 


Track & Field 9, 10, 11,12 

ACTS Tutor 11, 12 

Student Leadership for Youth 

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Group 11, 12 

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Concert Band 9, 10, 11,12 

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Science League 12 

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Big Y 12 

"But store up for yourselves 


treasurers in heaven, where 

moth and rust do not destroy, 

and where thieves do not break 

in and steal. For where your 

treasure is, their your heart will 

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be also." 

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Kunz, Ghcngis Ku 

hm, Kublai Kuhn, Marcus Aurelius 

Eve- Nicole Labb 

214 Williams St. 

Soccer 9, 10 

Cross Country 11,12 

Cheerleading 9, 10 

Indoor Track 12 

Softball 9 

Track & Field 10, 1 1 , 12 (Captain 12) 

Women's Chorus 9 

La Capella 12 

Outing Club 12 

Bliss Camp Counselor 

People to People Student Embassador 

Bay State Games 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

Class Treasurer 9, 10 

"There are places I remember all my life, 
though some have changed. Some fore\ or 
not for better, some are gone and some 
remained. All these places have their 
moments, with lovers and friends, I still 
can recall. Some are dead and some are 
Living, in my life, I loved them all." 


va, Ghetto, Evasavealot, Goat Girl, Kobeve 

Michael LaFrance 

81 Windsor PI. 

Football 9 

Longmeadow Community 
Market 10, 11,12 

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JCC Summer Camp CIT 9 
JCC Basketball 9, 10 


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"A lot of people go to college for 
seven years." "Yeah, they're 
called doctors." 

-Chris Farley & David Spade 




"Mondays should be senior skip 

Mike, Laltaly 

Caitlin Landry 

I 74 Cambridge Cir. 

Soccer 9, 10 
Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 
War Of ["he Roses 
Senior Class Play 
Yearbook 11. 12 
Key Club 11, 12 
1 ifeguard 1 1, 12 

"And for a moment this good 
time would never end." 

-Dave Matthews Band 

Cait, La miry 

42 Seniors 

John Kubera 

45 Sunset Ln. 

Track & Field 11, 12 
Longmeadow Community 
Market 9, 10, 11 
Henna Tattoo Artist 11, 12 
The Crew 9, 10, 11, 12 
Woodward 10, 11 
Lights Out 10,11 
Nameless Band 11,12 
Eagle Scout 12 

"Strike a match and hope it lasts, 
here's to following your own 

-Less Than Jake 

Jack, Jack-O, Yack, Jake -O 

Bradley Kucab ] 

22 Cambridge Cir. 


Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 


BPA11, 12 

(Vice President 11, 12) 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11,12 


JV Wrestling 9 (Captain 9) 

Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 

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Custodian 11 

"Mellow is the man who knows 

what he's been missing, many 

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many men can't see the open 


-Robert Plant (Led Zepplin) 

Alyssa Labonte 

88 Homestead Blvd. 

Women's Chorus 9 


Church Youth Group 9 

Sunbridge Nursing Home 12 


-My Little Brother 

Ragu, Lyssa, Alyl 

Eric LaFountain 

115 Benedict Terr. 


Cross Country 9, 10 
Track & Field 9, 10 



Biker 9, 10, 11, 12 


SADD 10 

"When experience is beyond 
words, life begins to have 


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Catherine Lan 

26 Longmeadow St. 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Board Member) 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Manager 11, 12) 

Volleyball 11, 12 (Manager 11, 12) 

District Learning Team 10, 11, 12 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11,12 

(Section Leader 11, 12) 

St. Mary's Youth Group 9, 10 

Senior Class Play (Financial 


War Of The Roses 

Summer School Teaching Assistant 

L », 10, 11, 12 

New Spirit Inc 11, 12 

"It's not what the world holds for 
you, it's what you bring to it." 

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Karen LaRoche 

162 Cedar Rd. 

Boxing 9, 10, 11, 12 

]V Volleyball 10 

Varsity Volleyball 11, 12 

Track & Field 10, 11 

NHS 11, 12 (Chairman of Fundraising 12) 

National Youth Leadership Forum For 

Medicine 11, 12 (Scholorship recipient for 

alumni council) 


French Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Outing Club 9, 10 

Kickboxing9, 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play (Choreographer) 

Subway Employee 11, 12 

(Assistant Manager 12) 

UCLA Pre-Medicine Session 12 


Boston University School of Engineering 

Scholarship Opportunity 12 

Dance 9, 10, 11, 12 (Teacher, Competition 

Award Winner) 



Music 9, 10, 11, 12 

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Song Writing^ ID. 11, 12 

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Dance Hal! Of Fame9, 10, 11, 12 

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Art 9, 10, 11, 12 

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busy making other plans 


Boof, BED, Beans, Rock, KL, I 


Seniors 43 

Lydia Leclair 


59 Summit Ave. 

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Crosscountry 10, 11, 12 

Track & Field 10, 11, 12 (Individuals 10) 

Art Club 10 


Outing Club 10 

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Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 (Carnegie Hall 10) 


NHS 11, 12 


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Italy 9 

Dancing Hall Of Fame 9, 10, 11, 12 

YPS9, 10, 11, 12 

Volunteer and Children's Hospital 12 

CHamber Music Concert 12 

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Santa Fe Workshops 11 

"All nature is but art, unknown to thee, 
All chance is direction which thou canst 
not see. All discord, harmony not 
understood, All partial evil, universal 
good." -Alexander Pope 

"If you are bold, mighty forces will come 
to your aid." 

', Lyds, Lightning Lydia, Dine 

I Boof,BFD,Lyc 

William Lee 

174 Wimbleton Ave. 

Track & Field 9, 10,11,12 
Science League 10, 11, 12 
Math Team 10, 11, 12 
NHS 11, 12 

Odyssey Of The Mind 11 
Rough Draft 11, 12 
(Co-Editor In Chief 11, 12) 
Jet Jotter 12 
(Business Manager 12) 
Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12 
Student Advisory Council 11, 12 
Masacksic 11, 12 
(Tri-Editor-Organizations 11) 
(Index Editor 12) 

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Natalie Levine 

28 Lexington Rd. 

Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Captain 11, 12) 
Field Hockey 10 
Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
PALS 9, 10, 11,12 
LaCapellalO, 11, 12 
Yearbook 10, 11, 12 
Lifeguard 10, 11, 12 
Friendly's 11, 12 
War Of The Roses 
Senior Class Play 

"Love, Love, Laugh" 
"You gave me a breath of life, 
unclouded my eyes with sweet 
serenity, lighting a ray of hope 
for me and now I am . . . FREE" 
-Mariah Carey 
Nat, Nats, Nat-Nat, Nate, Snatchalie, Puppy 

Ilona Leyderer 

128 Bel-Air Dr. 

Track & Field 10, 11,12 
Key Club 9, 10, 11,12 
Yearbook 10, 11, 12 
Dance 9 

Gus& Pauls 10, 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 
NHS 11, 12 

"And life is what we make it. 
Always has been, always will 
be." ' 

-Grandma Moses 

II, /// 

Anna Lusardi 

787 Longmeadow St. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 
Swimming 9 
Band 9, 10, 11,12 
Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
PALS 10, 11, 12 
SADD10, 11 
Outing Club 10 
War Of The Roses 
Senior Class Play 

"The joy of life comes from our 
encounters with new experiences, 
and hence there is no greater joy 
than to have an endlessly changing 
horizon, for each day to have a 
new and different sun. . . and now 
I walk into the wild." 

Cathy, Anna Banana, Lu Lu, Anncr 

44 Seniors 

Megan MacDonald 

175 Brookwood Dr. 

Swim Team 9, 10 
Art Club 10 
SADD 10, 11,12 
(Vice President 11, 12) 
PALS 10, 11, 12 

"Walk out of any doorway, feel 
your way like the day before, 
maybe you'll find directions 
round some corner where its 
been waiting to meet you." 

-The Grateful Dead 

Meg, Shmegan, Mcg-Daivg, Meegan, Tweak-Shozv 

Steven Leone 

24 Longview Drive 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track & Field 10, 11, 12 
Blueberry Elementary School 
Summer Custodian 10, 11, 12 
Kenpo Karate 11, 12 

"A warrior should not say 
something fanthearted even 
casually. He should set his mind 
to this beforehand. Even in 
trifling matters the depths of 
one's heart can be seen." 

-Yamamoto Tsunetomo 

(Retainer of Lord Nabeshima 


Steve, Leone, Stevey boy, Steve-O 

Sari Linson 

41 Clairmont St. 

Wind Ensembler 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Section Leader 10, 11) 

Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

Science League 10, 11, 12 

Yearbook 11, 12 

Symphony Orchestra 10, 11, 12 

Senior District 11 

NHS 11, 12 

"In tennis, love means nothing." 

Sar, Sar-Dawg, Sarbear, Sorry 

Adam Lesieur 

226 Franklin Rd. B? 

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Friendly's 11 j 

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Remote Control Car Racer I I vM 

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"Make the next move the best i K 

move, so everything and all H ^k «£ 

things be real smooth." J ' ^^ 

-Adam Lesiuer I t- ^^^^^fl 

Put a, Tuba, Atiem 

Marybeth Lowery 

141 Avondale Rd. 

Basketball 9 
Soccer 9, 10 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 

"The trouble with trouble is it 
always starts out as fun." 

MB, Fat Beth, Roi 


Collin Mack 

171 DrexelSt. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11 
Track & Field 9, 10, 11 
JBO Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 
Chorus 9, 10, 11 
Senior Class Play 
Ultimate Frisbee 12 

"The future is no place to place 
your better days." 


"Open your eyes and look 
within- Are you satisifed with 
the life you're living?" 

-Bob Marley 



Ctnac, Cranker, Monty, Macl 

idaddy, CNugz 

Jacqui Magliato 

30 Dunsany Dr. 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 12) 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 12) 

Senior Class Play 

Italy Trip 9 

Outing Club 9, 10 

War Of The Roses 

Jewish Nursing Home Volunteer 

9, 10, 11 

"Life is but a joke, but I was 
born to laugh." 

Jacqiti Magz, Hash, Connie, Jack, Jackson 

Seniors 45 

Lee Malin 

JCC Basketball 9, 10,11,12 

Tutor 10, 11 


Basketball Coach 11,12 


Greyhound Adoption 9, 10, 11, 

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JCC Volunteer 9, 10, 11,12 

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"Making someone laugh is the 


gift that truely keeps on giving . 

. . thanks for laughing with me 


-Lee Malin 

^^^^^^■- . 

The Yeti 

Joseph Mante 

37 Homecrest St. 

Varsity Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 12) 

Mickey Mantle Baseball 9 

American Legion Baseball 10, 11, 


Tri-County Baseball 11,12 

All Western Mass Baseball 10, 11, 


All League Baseball 10, 11, 12 

LCC - Grounds Crew 11, 12 

"I find that the harder I work, the 
more luck I seem to have." 

-Thomas Jefferson 
"A pessimist sees the difficulty in 
every opportunity; an optimist 
sees the opportunity in every 

-Winston Churchill 


Joe, The Joe, TJ 

Elliot Matthews 


53 Horseshoe Dr. 

St. Anne's Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Assitant Captain) 

Mt. Dew Junior Golf Association 


American Junior Golf 

Association 10, 11, 12 

Twin Hills Country Club 9, 10, 

11, 12 (Manager 11, 12) 

Aeropostale 10, 11, 12 

Fye Music Store 11 

"Hope is a great thing . . . And 
something that great doesn't 

-Morgan Freeman (The 
Shawshank Redemption) 


Ryan McGoldrick 

127 Rugby Rd. 

Hockey 9, 10, 11,12 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 
Jr. UMass Hockey Team 11 
Mass. Conn. Hockey Team 12 
Senior Class Play 

"The first days are the hardest 
days don't you worry anymore, 
cause when life looks like easy 
street, there is danger at your 

-Grateful Deac 

Ry, Goldy 

Jake Matulewicz 

I 192 Converse St. 


Track & Field 9, 10, 11,12 
(Captain 12) 


"With great power comes great 



Stephen McGorry 

186 West Rd. 

Golf Team 10, 11,12 
Hockey Team 9, 10, 11, 12 
Playing Guitar 9, 10, 11,12 
Playing Banjo 12 
Baseball 9 
Men's Chorus 12 

"Although I can't believe m\ 
eyes, this fading sun will cease 
to hide- behind the shallow tide: 
the memory of the time." 

Me\ c \Ki lorn 

Steve, McGorrif, Lowball, McGooglcs 

46 Seniors 

John Marshall 

Desmond Mayes 

245 Oak Grove Ave. 

Football 9, 11, 12 

"I have things to see and people I 

to do." 


-Desmond Mayes 

Playboy, Play a J 

James Martin 

38 Oxford Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10,11 

Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

Key Club 10, 11 


Outing Club 10, 11 


Lyrics 10, 11,12 

Men's Chorus 9 

"All the world is a stage, and we 
are but players." 

-William Shakespeare 

"The more I practice the luckier I 

-Larry Bird 

Martin, Marty, Jimbo, Jimbo Anderson, Jimmy fames 

Jeffrey McCormick 

24S Fr, 

ngham Rd 

Soccer 9, 10, 11.12 (Caplam 9. 10, 11) 

Swimming 9, 10 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11,12 

Key Club 9 

Mock Trial 9, 10 

Impressions 9, 10. 11,12 

Yearbook 9, 10,11, 12 (Assistant Editor-in-Chief 10), 

(Sports Editor 11, 12) 

NHS 11, 12 

Peer Training 10 

DARE Speaker 9, 10, 11,12 

Boys' State 11 

Eagle Scout 9, 10,11,12 

Longmeadow News 9. 10 

A Window To The Part 11. 12 

Ronald McDonald House Teen Board 10, 11, 12 

Concert Band 9 

Junior District Band 9 

Wind Ensemble 10, 11,12 

Pep Band 9, 10. 11,12 

National History Date 10, ll(state champ 10, 1 1) 

(10th in nationals 10) 

Sons of the Union Vetera 

NAACP11, 12 

Spain Trip 10 


District Attorney's Inten 

Graduation Usher 11 

Senior Class Play 

ns9, 10, 11, 12 

"In great deeds something abides. On great fields 
something stays. Forms change and pass; bodies 
disappear, but spirits linger." 

Jeff, Mack, Spud, Spudnick, McKenzie 

Kathleen McKee 

60 Williams St. 

Cheerleading 9, 10 (Captain 9, 10) 

Track & Field 10, 11, 12 

(Western Mass. CHamps 10) 

Yearbook 10, 11, 12 

(Section Editor 10, 11) 

(Art Editor 12) 

Part Time Job 9, 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

Independent Study 12 

Dance 11, 12 

Volunteer Work 11, 12 

"Work like you don't need the 
money, love like you've never been 
hurt, and dance like nobody's 

"What lies ahead of you and what 
lies behind you, are nothing 
compared to what lies within you." 

Katy, Kates, Kiki 

Daniel McKenna i 

40 Benedict Terr. 


Football 9, 10, 11, 12 


Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 


Basketball 9 


NHS 11, 12 


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"A ship in port is safe, but that's 

1 f • 

not what ships are built for." 

-Grace Murray Hopper 

Mac 1 

Seniors 47 

Thomas McMahon 

"The world's worst driver was a 
75 year old guy who got 10 
traffic tickets, drove on the 
\\ n >rtg side of the road 4 times, 
committed 4 hit and run offenses 
and caused 6 accidents, all 
within 20 minutes. So this 
shows LHS students aren't that 
-The Guiness Book Of Records 

Caitlin McQuade 

132 Coventry Ln. 

New England Dance Conservatory 
Repartory Troop 9, 10, 11 , 12 
Burklvn Ballet Summer Program 9 
Ballet Regent Summer Program 1 1 
Senior Class Play (Choreographer) 
LaCappella9, 10, 11,12 
(Section Leader 12) 
SADD11, 12 
Intramural Volleyball 10 
Elderly Home Volunteer 10 

"Friends are like stars. You don't 
always see them, but you know 
they're always there." 

"Live like there's no tomorrow, lov< 
like you've never been hurt, and 
dance like no one's watching." 

Caitie, CaitieDid, Caits, Dee 

Andrea Merrill 

19 Oak Hollow Dr. 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Cross Country 11, 12 
Soccer 9, 10 

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Science League 10, 11, 12 
NHS 11, 12 
Mock Trial 9 

LHS Orchestra 9, 10, 11,12 

Young People's Symphony 9, 10, 


Senior District Orchestra 10, 11, 12 

Young Judaea Israel Trip 11 

JCC Camp Counselor 12 


Athletic Trainer Internship 10 
Rachel's Table 10, 11,12 

"We will be friends until forever." 
-Winnie The Pooh 

An), Anji 

Allison Moran 

1 14 Riverview Ave. 

Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 
Swimming 10 
Drill Team 9 
Cape Cod 12 
Dance 9, 10, 11 
CCC 12 

"\\ e only live once, but if we 
li\ e right, once is enough." 

-Bob Marie) 

" I he space between, the tears 
we cry is the laughter thai keeps 
us i oining hack for more." 


48 Seniors 

All ic, Ali-baba, Al-bal, Al's Sunny, Bebe 

Thomas Meehan 

46 Brittany Rd. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 9 

Ski Team 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 
Lacrosse 9, 10 

"Me fail English? That's 

-Ralph Wiggum 

"Stone free, do what I please, 
stone free to ride the breeze, 
stone free, I can't stay. Got to, 
got to, got to get away." 

-Jimi Hendrix 


Paul Mekler 

14 Ferneroff St. 

Soccer 9, 11 

After School Program Staff 
Member 10, 11, 12 
Tennis 9 

"You haven't seen the world 
outside for days you sleep you 
hope you wait, imaginations 
disappears and all the dreams 
you have you save." 

-Our Lady Peace 

Paul, Shmekle, Shmecky 

Jennifer Mooney 

69 Colton PI. 






"100 memories, 200 jokes, 300 
great tunes, 400 secrets, 1 reason 
- best friends." 

Susan Moor 


184 Edgewood 

Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

JV Basketball 9 

Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 1 1, 12 (Section Leader 9, 

10, 11) 

Jm/-; ,-J/ 

Symphony Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 

Carnegie Hall 10 

Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12 


(Section Leader 9, 10, 11, 12) 


Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 (Conductor 12) 

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Pit Orchestra 9, 10 

Chamber Concert 9, 11, 12 


Yearbook 9, 10, 11 


Dance 11, 12 

Kiddly Winks 10, 11,12 


UMass Youth Wind Ensemble 11,12 


(Section Leader 11) 


UMass Honor Band 11 (Section Leader 11) 

A 1 

High Spirits Choir 11, 12 

Who's Who Award 10 

^^^^B Hit 

Intramural Volleyball 10 (Champions) 


War Of The Roses 


Hoops for Heart 10 

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"The Space between, the tears we cry, is the 

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laughter that keeps us coming back for more" 

-Dave Matthews Band 

Susie, Suz, Scuz, BFD, Q 

, Margarita 

Carolyn Moriarty 

117 Greenmeadow Dr. 

Soccer 9, 10 

Swimming 9, 10, 12 

Track & Field 9, 10 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Yearbook 10, 11, 12 

(Photography Editor 11, 12) 

Outing Club 9 

Jet Jotter 11 

Church Youth Group 9, 10, 11 

4th Grade CCD Teacher 11, 12 

Lifeguard 10, 11, 12 

Camp Counselor 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

Pedipal - Baystate 10, 11, 12 

"Don't walk in front of me, I may not 
follow; don't walk behind me, 1 may 
not lead; just walk beside me and be 
my friend." 

-Albert Camus 

Daniel Morris 

60 Silver Birch Rd. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 
Concert Band 12 
Landscaper 11 

Certificate of Achievement in 
English 11 

" The years in your life are less 
important that the life in your 

-Ralph Waldo Emerson 

"There is no substitute for 

Bam, D-Mo, Tampa, Dan, Danny boy, Lobster 

Seniors 49 

Aaron Morse 

58 Emerson Rd. 
Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Men's Chorus 10, 11, 12 

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"Who am I to blow against the 

-Paul Simon 





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Natty Dred, MD 

Catherine Neil 

222 Colony Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11,12 (Captain 12) 
Basketball 9, 10, 11,12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

Women's Chorus 9 

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La Cappella 10, 11, 12 (Section 
Leader 10, 11,12) 

Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 


"Somewhere, something 
incredible is waiting to be 

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Kate, Trink, Neilsy 

Kerry O'Malley 

290 Farmington Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11,12 (Captain 12) 
War Of The Roses 

"Big shots are only little shots 
| who keep shooting." 

-Christopher Morley 

"Don't worry . . . he'll be ok, he's 
a trooper." 


"Things burn out best for the 
people who make the best of the 
way things turn out." 

Jessica Moulton 

36 Riverview Ave. 

REALITY 9, 10, 11,12 

■> ^B -~ 1 h 

(Treasurer 12) 

Film Club 9 

Drama Club 9 (Stage Manager 9) 

Mail Boxes Etc. 10, 11,12 

I .*^^H 

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Out Now 11, 12 

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Chorus 9, 10, 11,12 

V 1 

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Baby-sitting 9, 10, 11, 12 
Swimming 9 

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"When it all comes down. Cuz 1 
don't want to come back down from 


this cloud. Its taken me all this time 
to find out what I need. And I don't 
want to come back down from this 
cloud. Its taken all the time." 

-Bush j 
"If you can't make it, fake it" 


-Ms. Werlin 1 

/es, Jessie, Sky, Lavey, Dixie 

Hoa Nguyen 

116 Belleclaire Ave. 

Field Hockey 9, 10 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Cross Country 11 

Swimming 10, 11 

St. Mary's Youth Group 9, 10, 11 

Union-News UNlisted 9 

Springfield Library Volunteer 10 

NHS 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

"The future belongs to those 
who believe in the beauty of 
their dreams." 

-Eleanor Roosevelt 

'Evil" Hoa, Hoa-Hoa, Giggles, Larry, Nguyem 

KO, KerBcav 

50 Seniors 

Chelsea Paar 

218 Hopkins PI. 

Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 
PVAC9, 10, 11,12 
Lifeguarding 11, 12 
La Cappella 10, 11,12 
Women's Chorus 9 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 

"You wait for one moment in 
but then it's tomorrow 

Chels, Chel 

Ryan Murphy 

^— ^— 

Christopher Nuzzo 

185 Franklin Rd. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track & Field 10, 11, 12 
Orchestra 9 

Coach Youth Football 11, 12 
Coach Youth Wrestling 11, 12 

"Live every day to the fullest, 
because you never know if it 
will be your last." 

Nyz, Lunch Box, Smack Daddie, SlapNutz 

Zachary Nadler 

31 Heather Rd 

Kelly Packard 

Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 12) 

SAFL Cheer Coach 10, 11, 12 

Yearbook 9, 10,11 

La Cappella 12 


Million Mom March 10, 11, 12 


War Of The Roses 


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"Today is the first day of your life. 


The first day that you're on your k^V-W 


own. Now vou know what to call ^m 

home." ^F 

-New Found Glory 1 ». _ 

"Staring at myself I turn to 1 

question me. I wonder do I want 



the simple, simple life I once lived 

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in well? But now I am the 


proudest monkey." 


-Dave Matthews Band 

Kel, Beeky, KelBel 

Key Club 9, 10, 11 (Treasurer 9) 

;tin Editor 11) 
Jazz Band 10. 11, 12 (Section Leader 11, 12) 
Wind Ensemble 10, 11,12 
(Section Leader 11, 12) 
Concert Band 9 

Senior Class Play (Co-Conductor) 
Track & Field 9, 10 
Don't Just Sit There 9, 10, 11 
NHS 11, 12 

Symphony Orchestra 11, 12 
Senior District 10 
SADD 11, 12 

Chamber Concert 10, 11, 12 
YPS 11 

Pep Band 9, 10, 11,12 
Israel 11 
Debate Team 10 

"You never know when an old calendar might 
come in handy! Sure, it's not 1985 right now, but 
ho knows what tomorrow will bring?" 

-Homer Jay Simpson 

'm only happy with moments. I think I'm 
happy until a certain amount of time has gone by, 
and then I want to do something else. After the 
moment. I'm just looking for another moment" 

-Trey Anastasio 

Zach, Slanty, Nadler the Safety Tortoise, Nads 

Lauren O'Brien 

100 Crescent Rd. 

Swim Team 9, 10 
I Cross Country 10, 11, 12 
Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 
PALS 10, 11, 12 
SADD 10, 11,12 
Lifeguard at Bliss 10, 11, 12 
Lifeguard at High School 12 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 
Babysitting 9 

"You have been my friend. That in itself is 
a tremendous thing. After all, what's life 
anyway? We're born, we live, we die. By 
helping you, perhaps I was trying to lift up 
my life a trifle. Heaven knows, anyone's 
life can stand a little of that . . ." 

-Charlotte's Web 
"If you're imagining what it would be like 
if you told them you loved them and them 
not loving you, imagine what it would be 
like if they did love you and you went 
through life without them because you 
didn't have the courage to let them know." 

Lao, OB, O'Brien, Shaniqua 

Rachel Parzivand 

31 Oak Bluff Cir. 

Key Club 9, 10, 11 

Latin Club 9, 10, 11, 12 


Yearbook Photographer 11, 12 

Lyrics 11,12 

Voice Lessons 11, 12 

Community Service 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Counselor at Camp 9, 10, 11, 12 

NCSY 10, 11 

"Obstacles can not crush me; 
every obstacle yields to stern 

-Leonardo DaVinci 

Seniors 51 

Kristen Paykowski 

16 Robin Rd. 

Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12 

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(Co-Captain 10) 

Softball 9, 10, 11 



Yearbook 11, 12 



(Co-Editor of Organizations 12) 


NHS 11, 12 



Impressions 12 
VETS 10, 11 


France Trip 10 
War Of The Roses 
Senior Class Play 


"In those whom I like, I can find 
no common denominator; in 
those whom I love I can: they all 
make me laugh." 

~W.H. Auden 

Krissy, Kris, Paykoiv, Payo, Shorty, CJ 

Natasha Perez 

87 Brookwood Dr. 

Unity Club 9 

Drill Team 9, 10 

H r^ m. 

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"You gotta try everything once." 
-Me & Bussi 

Tasha, Natoosh, D.D 

Courtney Pearson 

164 Meadowbrook Rd. 

Cheerleading 9, 10,11 
Lyrics 11, 12 
Friendly's 12 
War Of The Roses 
Senior Class Play 

"Don't let your life pass you by, 
weep not for the memories." 

-Sarah M. 

Cork, Corky, Corkyrind, Corkscrew, Dunn, Com 

Kathryn Perrakis 

5 Quinnetuk Rd. 

Key Club 9, 10 

Outing Club 9 

JV Volleyball 9,10 

Track & Field 9, 10,11.12 

Yearbook 9, 10, 11,12 

(Assistant Photo Editor 11) (Photo 

Co-Editor 12) 

Pizza Corner 10, 11, 12 

War Of The Roses 

Senior Class Play 

Intamural Volleyball 10, 12 

"Here's a toast to all those who heai 
me all too well-Here's to the nights 
we felt alive, here's the tears you 
knew you'd cry, here's to goodbye, 
tomorrow's gonna come too soon...' 
"Qui Vivra Verra." 

-French I'n>\ e 

Katy, K8y, Perrakis, Rukus, Frick 

Elizabeth Plummer 

20 Eton Rd. 

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Science League 9, 10, 11, 12 
Odyssev Of The Mind-Member 9, 
10, 1 1 

Odyssey of the Mind-Coach 11, 12 
St. Mary's Youth Group 9, 10, 1 1, 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11 
Wind Ensemble 12 
Classes at University of Pennsylva- 
nia 1 1 
NHS 11, 12 


"There .ire two great tragedies in 
lite. One is not getting what you 
want. The other one is getting it." 

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" 1 he words regretted most in lift- 
are those left unsaid." 


Wesley Pope 

1 43 Mass Ave. 

Unity Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track & Field 11, 12 
Teen Leadship Institue 11, 12 
Peer Leader 12 

"Procrastination is the thut oi 

I verybody getsat least one 
Opportunity in their life, but it is 
hard to recognize when it comes 

along " 

Wes, Big Wes 

52 Seniors 

Bethany Peck 

27 Cranwell Ln. 

Soccer 9, 10 

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Swimming 10 

Yearbook 10, 11, 12 (Sports Co- 

Editor 11) (Senior Co-Editor 12) 

AFS 11, 12 

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AFS - Chile 10 

VI ^11 

Key Club 11 

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War Of The Roses 

HIV ' t\ 1 

Senior Class Play 

Lifeguard 11, 12 

Soccer Ref. 9, 10, 11, 12 

L 1 

NSP9, 10, 11, 12 

National Youth Leadership 

^^^^^V It Pf VHH^B|H^H 

Forum On Medicine 11 

"You see things; and you say, 

'why?' But I dream things that 

never were, and I say why not?" 

Sarah Petroff 

117 Crescent Rd. 

JV Soccer 9, 10 (Captain 9, 10) 

Basketball 9 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Swimming 10, 11, 12 

Cross Country 11, 12 

PALS 10, 11, 12 (Board Member 11, 12) 

SADD 11 

Outing Club 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

CVS 11 

Soccer Referee 10, 11, 

Babysitter 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lifeguard 9, 10, 11, 12 

Swim Instructor 9, 10, 11, 12 

"The best and most beautiful things in 

the world cannot be seen or even 

touched. They must be felt with the 


"No, but you do!!" -Uncle Johny 

"Carpe Diem." 

SPet, Sair, Petroff, Petty, Pet, SWhat, Ugly 

Emily Porter 

152 Morningside Dr. 

Key Club 9, 10,11,12 


Unity Club 9 

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NHS 11, 12 

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SADD 11, 12 

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War Of The Roses 

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Senior Class Play 
Art Club 10 

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"Oh my God, are you serioius? That 

is the best Grateful Dong song ever!" 
-Megan McSloppy 

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"I'm thinking clearer than I ever 
have . . I think." 

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"Laughter it's free anytime just call 
1 me 439-01 16 if you're down with 

1 sublime you get funky fresh lyrics." 
I -Sublime 

1 EJ, Wliorter, Emmy P., Shmem, 

Emster, Shralp 

Rachel Peck 

132 Massachusetts Ave. 

Track & Field 11, 12 

Yearbook 11, 12 (Copy Editor 12) 

Internship in Preschool 11, 12 


Dr. Rappaport's 11 

Waitressing at Rinaldis' 11 

Waitressing at Ferry Beach 11 

Key Club 10 

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"When you come to the edge of 

all the light you know, and are 

about to step off into the 


darkness of the unknown, faith 

is knowing one of two things 

will happen: there will be 

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something solid to stand on, or 

you will be taught how to fly." 

-Barbara J. Winters 

Rae, Rach, Tumbleweed 

Vincenzo Pileggi 

90 Fairview St. 

Football 12 
Baseball 9, 10, 12 
Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 
Culinary Arts 9, 10, 11 

"The way I see it, everyone gets 
a beaten once in awhile." 

"Whatever tomorrow brings I'll 
be there, with open arms and 
open eyes." 

"It's just a job. Grass grows, 
birds fly, waves pound the sand. 
I, beat up people." 

-Muhammad Ali 

Enz, Enzo, Pileggi, Vinny 

— — — — — — — — — — -^^—~ 

Corey Rafter 

Seniors 53 

Christopher E. Reavey 

ydMfc"*, ^** 

36 Dennis Rd. 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 1 2 
(Captain 12) 
Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 
Environmental Club 9 

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"Time goes by so fast, people go 
in and out of your life. You 

must never miss the opportunity 
to tell those people how much 
they mean to you." 

"Champs view each challenge 
not as an insurmountable 

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hurdle, but as an opportunity for 
another victory." 

-Lenda Murray 

1 Ellis, 

Eli, Tlie 

Leprachaim, Rocket, Revdog 

Daniel Richton 

39 Converse St. 

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Football 9, 10 

"The universe is a machine 
where you have been placed, 
and like a machine the outcome 

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can be known. Every battle has 


already been won or lost, all that 

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is left is for you to choose your 



Michael Roche 

37 Westmoreland 

BPA 11, 12 (Parliamentorain) 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Wrestling 9, 10 

"Everybody wang-chung 


Dirty Roche, Rocheklip 

Brittany Rothweiler 

30 Fairway Dr. 


Basketball 9, 10. 11, 12 (Captain 12) 
All Weatem Mass 11, 12 

Vi Goodnow Award Winner 
Track 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 
All Western Mass 9, 10 ,11, 12 
AAU Basketball 4. 10, 11, 12 

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Senior Class Play 
W ,ii ul the Roses 

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"Dream as though you'll live forc\ er, 
live as if you'll die tomorrow, love as 
if it will never hurt, dance as if no 
one is watching." 

"It's better to look ahead and prepare 

than to look back anil regret." 

\\ hat ,i long strange trip it's been 

Gen] < ..ireia 

Britt, Blit 

Michael Rosenbeck 

122 Maple Rd. 

Armatas 11, 12 

"Regarding Mt. Rushmore, the 
Black Hills are a sacred Indian 
burial ground. Imagine the 
creepy feeling of four European 
faces leaning over your 
ancestors for eternity." 

-George Carlin 

Mike, Rosey 

Kelly Rowe 

31 Glenwood Cir. 

Softball 9, 10 (Co-Captain 10) 

JV Hockey 9 

Tri-Citv Hockey 10, 11, 12 

Big Y 11, 12 

l'AI S 11, 12 

WBC 12 

"Is that a boat in the sky? (D.B.)" 

"I ive lite to the fullest, you 

ni'M'i know what will happen 
tomorrow '' 

"If stupidity got us into this 

moss, w h\ * an t it got us out 1 " 

Kel, KR, Rowe, Shorty, CrazyKcl 

54 Seniors 

Tessa Riga 

918 Longmeadow St. 

Soccer 9 
Swim Team 9 
Key Club 9 
PALS 10 

TDC 9, 10, 11, 12 
Drill Team 10 


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"Stay inside, stay inside, let me 



"Krust watch out for those logs." 

"L has ten fingers, L has ten toes, 
tell me the difference cause 
nobody knows." 


Riga, Rigs, Riger, Sir Rigs A 

Lot, Rigmasterl 

Erin Riley 

7 Tecumseh Dr. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lacrosse 9, 10,11, 12 

^^^k%^^^W ^^H 

Basketball 9, 10 

Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12 (Section 

Leader 10, 11,12) 

Jazz Band 10, 11, 12 (Lead 11, 12) 

Senior District 10, 11, 12 

(Principle 11, 12) 

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All-State 12 

Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 (Conductor 12) 

Umas Youth Wind Ensemble 11 

NHS 11, 12 


Mock Trial 9, 10, 12 

Youth Lacrosse Coach 10, 11, 12 

Internship with Pete 11, 12 

War Of The Roses 



Senior Class Play 

"I decided long ago, never to walk in 

anyone's shadow, if I fail, if I succeed, 


at least I did what 1 believed." 

-Whitney Houston 


Riles, Riley, Rie, Er, Frie 

Carol Rosenberg 

97 Cooley Dr. 

Rollerskating 9, 10,11, 12 
NHS 11, 12 
Rough Draft 11, 12 
(Writing Editor) 
Math Team 9, 10 11, 12 
Teaching assistant at summer 
school 11, 12 
Big Y 10, 11,12 
Senior Class Play 
War of the Roses 

"Success is not the result of 
spontaneous combustion. You 
must set yourself on fire." 

-Reggie Leach 

Rosenburg, Carolita, Carolann, Laura's Tivin 

Amy Ross 

Gerardo Rubinaccio 

108 Red fern Dr. 

Soccer 9 

Track and Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Football 11,12 


Hoops for Heart 10, 11, 12 

JCC Basketball 9, 10, 11,12 

CVS 11, 12 

"It doesn't matter if you get 

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get back up." 

-Vince Lombardi 

V .J&M 


931 Longmeadow St. 

Field Hockey 9, 10 (Captain 10) 

Ski Team 9, 10,11, 12 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

PALS 11, 12 


LaCapellalO, 11,12 

Senior Class Play 

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Prospect House 12 

"Think as it was, and how it will 
always be, though the course 
may sometimes change, rivers 
always reach the sea." 

"For what it's worth, it was 
worth all the while." 

Ames, Aross, Lossalella, Mirk 

Mathilda Runstedt 

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Ellen Russell 


74 Herbert St. 


Odyssey Of The Mind 9, 10 
Art Club 9, 10 

Italy Trip 9 

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Volleyball 10 



VETS 10, 1 1 

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AFSClub 10, 11,12 

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RYLA 1 1 

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Student Exchange to Chile 11 


Twin Hills CC11, 12 


Senior Class Play 


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"Two roads diverged in a wood, 

and I - 1 took the one less 


traveled by, and that has made 

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all the difference." 

-Robert Frost 

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iar, Ellencita, Mere, Russ, B 

Lisa Safron 

Kathryn Schill 

186 Williams St. 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11,12 

(Captain 11, 12) 

Cross Country 11, 12 


Diving 10 

Swimming 9 

Camp Counselor at Bliss Camp 10, 

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11, 12 

/■k 1 11 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

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(Section Leader 1 1 ) 

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Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

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"Make the best of each moment, the 


future is soon the past. The more I 


tell mvself this, the less I came in List, 
throughout my competitions/ I've 
learned what winning is about. A 
plain and clear lesson - giving up is 

the eas) way out." 

-Sara Nachtman 1 



lie, St hi Hi/, Jellybean 

Paul Ryan 

28 Wilmont St. 


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Youth Group 9, 10, 11, 12 
Adult Choir 9, 10, 11,12 
Football 9, 10, 12 
Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

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"Humble yourselves therefore 
under the mighty hand of God, 
that he may exalt you in due 

-Peter of the Bible (I Peter 5:6) 



PJ, Piege, Big Dog, Miami Sound Machine 

Mark Salomone 

46 Fairhill Dr. 

Ski Team 9 

Soccer 9 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11,12 

"Some are born great - some 
achieve greatness - and some 
have greatness thrust upon 

-William Shakespeare 

Andrew Schmidt 

52 South Park Ave. 

Soccer 9, 10,11 (Captain 9) 

Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 11, 12) 

Baseball 9, 10 

SADD 11, 12 (Co-Secretary 12) 

Key Club 10 

"Forgive your enemies but never _. 
forget their names." 


Schmidt, Schmidty, Schmidters 

56 Seniors 

Jeremy Saffer 

1023 Coverse St. 

Peer Training 10, 11 
Guitar Lessons 9, 10, 11, 12 
Various Bands 9, 10, 11, 12 
Teaching Guitar 12 
Movie Club 9 
Diversity Week 11 

"That fire, which never burns out, 
which yet burns low, which 
flickers out. Yet there remains, 
always beneath the ashes, embers, 
that smoulder and wait for one to 
bring dry things and wood. Red- 
hot embers, dreaming of becoming 
a fizzling, crackling fire once more. 
And such is the fire burning 
within ourselves." 

-Varg Vikernes 

Satan, Jer, Kaostorm, Kaos, Mephistopheles 

Max Saffer 

134 Riverview Ln. 

Golf 9, 10, 11,12 

Track & Field 9, 10 

Key Club 9, 10, 11 

USY of Springfield 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Vice President 11, 12) 

Counselor JCC 12 

Twin Hills 9, 10 (Bag Room) 

"Music inflames temperment." 

~Jim Morrison 
"I know what I know, I'll sing 
what I said, we come and we go, 
that's a thing that I keep in the 
back of my head." 

-Paul Simon 
"I don't like the glamour, I just 
like the game." 

-Ben Hogan 

Anthony Santos 

322 Wolf swamp Rd. 

The Jet Jotter Ad /billing 

manager 9, 10, 11, 12 

BPA Treasurer 9, 10, 11, 12 

The Italian Bread Shop Inc. 9, 10, 


Kyle Scheiper 

118 Brookwood Dr. 

Track & Field 9 
BMX9,10, 11,12 

"Yesterday it was love. Today 
the great passions of unity and 
liberty disrupt the world. 
Yesterday love led to individual 
death. Today collective passions 
make us run the risk of universal 
distruction. Today, just as 
yesterday, art wants to save 
from death a living image of our 
passions and our suffering." 

-Albert Camus (30 October, 

Anne Seabury 

259 Blueberry Hill Rd. 

Women's Chorus 9 


La Cappella 10, 11, 12 

Yearbook 9, 10, 11, 12 


PALS 11, 12 


Wild Apples 11 

Georgetown 12 

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Longmeadow Community Market 



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"Looking back on all these years, 

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"I've learned that time can heal 


your wounds, but the remainder of 

the scar will stay." 

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-New Found Glory 


Annie, Anita, Bai 


Lindsey Seefeld 

97 Farmington Ave. 

Soccer 9, 10 

Cross Country 12 

Ski Team 9 

Swimming 11 

Track & Field 9 

Lacrosse 10, 11 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Impressions 11, 12 

North Haven Casino 9, 10, 11 ,12 

Senior Class Play 

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"I am glad I did it, partly 
because it was well worth it, and 
chiefly because I shall never 
have to do it again." 

-Mark Twain 

Seefeld, Seatbelt 

Seniors 57 


fason Seigel 

70 Cheshire Dr. 

Jet Jotter 9, 10, 11, 12 (Proofreader 9) 


(Features Editor 10)(Production Manager 
ll)(Editor-in-Chief 12) 

Rough Dralt 10, 1 1, 12 (Business Manager 


BPA9, 10,11, 12 (Secretary 9) (VP 10) 


(President 11, 12) 

^■B ,— ». — s I 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

*"*" ■» "F'^B 

Student Representative to the School 

Committee 11,12 

Student Advisory Council 11, 12 

Art Club 9, 10,11 

Astronomy Club 9, 10 
NHS 11, 12 


Spain Trip 10 

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LHS Building Needs Task Force Student 

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Representative 11,12 

B'nai Brith Youth Organization 9, 10, 11 

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United Synagogue Youth 9, 10 

"We are free to evade the effort of thinking, 
to reject reason, but we are not free to avoid 


the penalty of the abyss we refuse to see." 

-Terry Goodkind 

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Sig/, Japes, Beanie, Mp3, Bugsy 

Daniel Shapiro 

17 Canterbury Ln. 

Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 11) 

Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Soccer 9 

Student Council 11, 12 (Vice 

President 12) 

Key Club 9, 10, 11 

N.H.S. 11,12 

Concert Band 9, 10 

Pep Band 9, 10 

"There is no greater tragedy 
than indifference." 

"You miss 100% of the shots you 
don't take." 

-Wayne Gretsky 

Dan, Deeanny, Spiro, D Sharp, Shappy, Danielson 

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Andrew Sherman 


23 Duxbury Ln. 


Baseball 9 
Basketball 9, 10, 11 
Golf 9, 10, 11, 12 

Twin Hills Golf Maintenance 9, 
10, 11, 12 


"Put the lotion in the basket." 

-Buffalo Bill 




Scott Sokol 

88 Westmoreland Ave. 

Tennis 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 12 (Captain 12) 

Senior Class Play (Director) 


Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Section Leader 10, 11, 12) 

Chorus 12 

Jet Jotter 1 1 

The Drama Studio 9, 10, 1 1, 12 

Camp Counselor at Rowe Camp 

9, 10, 11, 12 

'"i <hi don'l have to like 

i'\ erybody, but you have to love 


Robert Shoen 

32 ElmAve. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Track 9, 11 

Hoops for Heart 10, 11, 12 

"The English language is a way 
of masking the truth." 

-George Carlin 

Shoen, Shomo 

Joseph Somers 

58 Seniors 

Andrew Sheehan 

190 Nevins Ave. 

Football Manager 9, 10 
Concert Band 9, 10, 12 

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Mens Chorus 11, 12 

Six Flags 11, 12 

Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Eagle Scout 9 
Alaska Trip 11 

"You can tune a piano, but you can't 

tuna fish." 

~Reo Speedwagon 
"Success is simple. Do what's right 
the right way, at the right time." 

-Arnold Glasgow 
"Sometimes you're better off just by 

-Andrew Sheehan 

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D-Man, Brew "Carry" , Hoi 

ner, Drewster 

Frances Shepard 

84 Ely Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10 
Basketball 9, 10,11, 12 
Track & Field 11, 12 
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
Ref Soccer 10, 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 
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"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't take a 
look around once and a while, you could 
miss it." 

-Ferris Bueller 
"Don't take life too seriously, you'll never 
get out of it alive." 

-Bugs Bunny 
"Never give in, never give up." 

-H. Humphrey 
"Whatever you do, do it with all your 
might. Work at it, early and late, in season 
and out of season, not leaving a stone 
unturned, and never deferring for a single 
hour that which can be done just as well 
now. " 

-PT Barnum 

Lisa, Lis, Lisa-May 

David Singer 

63 Pinewood Hills 

Football 9, 10,11,12 
Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 
SADD 11, 12 
Key Club 11 
Camp Counselor 12 

"If you don't fail now and again, 
it's a sign your playing it safe." 
-Woody Allen 

"Take a chance! All life is a 
chance. The man who geos the 
furthest is generally the one who 
is willing to do and dare. The 
"sure thing" goat never gets far 
from sure." 

-Dale Carnegie 

Dave, Davey, Sing, Singman, Siiinger 

Gina Sowers 

72 Bridle Path Rd. 

Swimming 9, 10 
Drill Team 9 
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Senior Class Play 
Bluebird Acres 11, 12 

"A friend is someone who knows the 
song in your heart and can sing it 
back to you when you have forgotten 
the words." 

"All our young lives we search for 
someone to love, someone to make 
us complete and happy. We choose 
partners and change partners, we 
dance to a song of heartbreak and 
hope all the way, while wondering if 
somewhere somehow someone 
perfect is searching for us, fall in love 
with somene you can't be without." 
-Gina Sowers 

Genie, Geniebean, G, Bonch, Gean 

61 Erskine Dr. 

Key Club 9, 10, 11,12 

NHS 11, 12 

Yearbook 11, 12 (Photo Editor 12) 

Band 9, 10, 11, 12 (Section Leader 12) 

Pep Band 9, 10, 11,12 

Drill Team 9 

Boys' Lacrosse Manager 9 

Dance 11 

Outing Club 10 

Intramural Volleyball 12 

Hollister 12 

Senior Class Play 

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"I'd rather laugh with the sinners than 
die with the saints; the sinners are much 
more fun." 

~13illv loci 

"If it looks good, you'll see it, if it 
sounds good, you'll hear it... but if it's 
real, you'll feel it." 

Mish, Spaz, Chelle, Spivy 

Seniors 59 

Jayson Stambovsky 

235 Redfern Dr. 

Football'), 10, 11,12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 1 1, 12 (Captain 12) 

Basketball 9 

Senior Class Play 

BPA 12 

Lacrosse Coach 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 12 

"Winning isn't everything, it's the 
mly thing." 

-Vince Lombard i 

"Some of us do our jobs well and 
some will not, but we will be 
udged by only one thing - the 

-Vince Lombardi 

Slozvbo, Rambo, Stambo, Dome 

Jordana Starr 

I 81 

, **\-~- ..^ '^W^BBI Key Club9. 10, 11. 12 (Club Bulletin Editor 10) 

I (New England District Bulletin Editorll) (New 

jtjM I England Chair 

I let Jotter 9. 10 , 11, 12 (Opinions Editor 10, 11) 

T^^ '^^^k ^^1 1 1, ilcrary Editor 12) 

^HA I Mock Trail 9, 10 (Co-Captain 10) 

Y^L I Rough Dra(l9, 10, 11. 12 (Co-Ed itor-in-Chief 

^|A I 11) 

^» I BPA9, 10, 11,12 

J.W I DLT 10, 11,12 

^^v I \HS11,12 

-^ M«l I BBY0 9, 10, 11 (Mazkira 11) 

j0^ ' ^ I USY9, 10, 11, 12 

I Art Club 9, 10 

I LHS Drama Ensemble 9 

I Fractal Group 11 

I Italy Trip " 

i ^r I Ireland Trip 9 

■k I Spain Trip 10 


■k I NEYMC 1 1 

"*<• SH0ij^^ "There are those, I know, who will reply that 

p^l the liberation of humanity, the freedom of man 

il^H^BJ I and mind, is nothing but a dream. They are 

lk\ ^L^^^V I r '8 nt '' lv ll ' s [ne American Dream." 

Jordy, Jo-Jo, Jords, Doogie, Australia 

Cecelia Sullivan 

1428 Longmeadow St. 

Field Hockey 9, 10, 11,12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

Basketball 9, 10 

SADD 11, 12 (Secretary) 


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Jimmy Fund Charity Events 9, 

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"Yesterday is already a dream, 
and tomorrow is only a vision, 
but today, well-lived, makes 

every yesterday a dream of 


happiness, and every tomorrow 


a vision of hope." 

Ceily May, Cece 

Megan Talbot 

120 Longview Dr. 

Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Captain 12) 
Diving 10 
Women's Chorus 9 
LaCappellalO, 11,12 
Youth Group 9, 10, 11, 12 
Longmeadow Community- 
Market 11, 12 
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"For God did not give us a spirit 
of timidity, but a spirit of power, 
ot love, and of self-discipline." 

-Timothy 1:7 

Meg, Meggie T, Teg, Teggles 

James Sullivan 

350 Converse St. 

et Jotter 9, 10 
Wind Ensemble 10, 11, 12 
Concert Band 9 

Council of Ministries 11, 12 (Youth 
Youth Group 9, 10, 11, 12 
Bells 9, 10, 11, 12 
ICantori 11, 12 
Lyrics 10, 11, 12 
Drum Lessons 9, 10,11, 12 
Voice Lessons 10 
MYWE 11. 12 (Sub 11) 
Boar's Head Festival 9, 10, 11, 12 
[r. District 9 (Percussion) 
Sr. District 10, 11, 12 (Voice) 
All-State 10, 11 (Voice) 
Senior Class Play 

"The optimist believes this is the best world 
possible. The pessimist knows it." 

"Procrastination is the art of keeping up 
with yesterday." 

-George Carlin 

Jim, Jitmny, Jitnbob, Sully, Slim, Jimbo, Jimmer 

60 Seniors 


ii Tannenbaum 

1144 Williams St. 

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Impressions 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Editor In Chief 11,12) 

Senior Class Play 

(Literary Producer) 

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Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 (Cello) 

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New England Young Writers 

1 4 '1 Ofefi 

Workship 10 

Simons Rock Young Writers 

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Workshop 12 

L Jam 

IVpBand9, 10, 11, 12 (Sax) 

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SADD 10, 11 

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USY9, 10, 11 

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Learning ( enta \id 9, io, 11,12 

"I feel there Is an angel in me 

whom 1 am constantly 


-Cocteau 1 

Anna Stein 

130 Homestead Blvd. 

Cross Country 9 

Yearbook 10 

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Key Club 10, 11 

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SADD 12 

Senior Class Play 


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JCC 10, 11, 12 

Temple Beth El Learning Center 11, 

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Friendly's9, 10, 11,12 

"Do not follow where the path may 

lead. Go instead where there is no 

path and leave a trail." 

-Ralph Waldo Emerson 

"Be a little crazy and make things 

worth while. Then remember your 

friends with a laugh and a smile." 

-Grateful Dead 

Bananz, Schtein, Bombs, 

Heinie, NA 


Deborah Sunter 

101 Dover Rd. 

NHS 11, 12 (Secretary 11, 12) 

Latin Club 10, 11, 12 (Secretary 

10)(Vice President ll)(President 


Impressions 10, 11, 12 

(Editor 11, 12) 

Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Science League 11, 12 

Cheerleading 9 (Team Leader) 

Track & Field 9, 10 

Debate 10 

Babysitting at Church 11, 12 

Volunteering at the Summer 

Enrichment Program 11, 12 

Katherine Territo 

Jonathan Stewart 

109 Greenacre Ave. 

Football 9, 10, 11 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Hockey 10, 11, 12 

LHS Summer Custodian 1 1 

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SADD 11, 12 

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ABC Plant Sale/Road Race 9, 10, 11, 


Little League Allstar Baseball Coach 

11, 12 



Church Youth Group 9 10 11 12 


"Well it's all right, living and loving 
every day and night. Thanking the 
lord for the music in me, piece of 
mind and feeling free." 

-Charlie Daniels 


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Benjamin Sussman 

169 Lynnwood Dr. 

Hockey 9, 10, 12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 12 

Oakley Lacrosse 11 (Captain) 

Men's Chorus 9, 10, 12 

"The sun is the same in a 
relative way but you're older, 
shorter of breath, and one step 
closer to death." 

-Pink Floyd 

Ben, Benny, B. Lugz, Orange-Sorbet 

James Therrien 

34 Woodlawn PI. 

Skateboarding 9, 10, 11, 12 
Waking Giants 9, 10 

"Sing loud, sing proud." 

-Dropkick Murphys 

Seniors 61 

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Sarah Tivoli 

112 Westmoreland Ave. 

JV Cheerleading 9 

Varsity Cheerleading 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

BPA 9, 10 

Lifegaurd 10,11,12 

Amnesty 12 

"Folks with plenty - They've got 
a lock on the door - Afraid 
somebody's gonna rob'em - 
While they're out making more." 
-Frank Sinatra 

Tiv, Tivc 

Hi, Sare-Sare, Pringle 

Igor Tochilnikov 

229 Cabinet St. 

Gus and Paul's 9, 10 
Super Foodmart 11, 12 
CTC Communications 12 

"This time I'm a let it all out, 
This time I'm a stand up and 
shout, I'm a do things my way, 
It's my way, my way or the 


-Limp Bizkit 

Guiseppina Vivenzio 

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53 Johnson St. 

Track & Field 11, 12 (Javalin) 

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Senior Class Play 

Canata Napoli 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Friends are angels that lift us to 
our feet when we have trouble 
learning how to fly." 

"Twenty years from now you 
will be more disappointed in the 
things you didn't do than the 
things you did do." 

-Albert Pike 

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l/osu', Jo-fo, Jo 

e, Jose, Josabos, Vienz, Jos 

Courtney Wagner 

87 Oxford Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 
Skiing 9, 10, 11, 12 
(Captain 11, 12) 


Lacrosse 9, 10, 11,12 

H *d^H 

"It's funny how day by day, 
nothing seems to change, but 
when you look back everything 
is different." 

"I listen to the wind, to the wind 
of my soul, where I end up, 
where I go, only God really 

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remember moments." 
"Live. Love. Laugh." 

Wagner, Wags, Court 


Rykiel Weekes 

2^4 Green Hill Kd 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11. 12 

Drill Team m, 10, 1 1 (Captain 9, 10, U) 

Unity Club 9. 10, II 12 

i\ ice President n> (Provident 12) 

i r 10, 11 
Hoops For Heart 10,11. 12 
K.l.n Foi I ife9, 10 
I tan e 9, li'. 1). 12 (tap instructor 9) 
Grapevine Restaurant 10, 11 

simonr Boutique i" 

t «retu School ll 

Gap 11, 12 

Senior Class I'lav 

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Sundaj *> hool St'cretary 9, 10, 11, 12 

FAITH Club 12 

l IU9 Mar-hal 11 

I ite la what vour i n-ator g»VC sou foi t" 
is H hal JTOU do with it 

-Dr Mac •■ femiaan 

I OVC sutlers lon^; and is kind, love does not en\ \ 

ove doea nol parade Itself, la not putted up. does 
tol berun a ruder) d<vs not seek its own. is not 
wovoked, thinks no evil; doea not rejoice m 

mquih . hut reioues m the Iruth. hears all things 

■ things hopes all things, endUTCa all 
hmj;s lust love 1 

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62 Seniors 

Ricki, Ryk, Rykels, Chiky, Ryks, TrickiRicki 

Jason Weinstein 

288 Kenmore Dr. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 
JCC Basketball 9, 10,11, 12 
Hoops For Heart 10, 11, 12 
LCM 11,12 

Track & Field Steele Relaj s 1 1 
JCC Basketball-New England 
Tournament (3rd place) 9 

"Winning isn't t'\ er\ thing, it > 

the only thing.'' 

Vince I ombardj 
"You can get a good look at a T- 
bone by sticking your head up .i 
bulls behind, but wouldn't J ou 
rather take your butcher s » ord 
foi it? 

-Chris Farley 

Jay, W 

Sean Tuohey 

70 Dover Rd. 

Cross country 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 12) 

Track and Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

SADD9, 10, 11,12 

P.A.L.S11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"Set the gearshift for the high 
gear of your soul, you've got to 
run like an antelope out of 
control." ~DOL 

Touhey, Touman, STPranker, Fun Bobby, C-Span 

Peter Veysey j 

591 Laurt-I St. 

Wrestling 9, 10, M, 12 

Cross country 10, 12 

Track and Field 9, 10, 11, 12 


Class Officer 11, 12 (Committee VP 11, 12) 


Loaves and Fishes Soup Kitchen 9, 10 ,11, 12 

Habitat for Humanity 11,12 


SADD 11 

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CVS Clerk 1 1 

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LHS Summer Cutodian 10, 1 1 

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Juice Guys Juice Bar Clerk 9 


Community Music School 9, 10 


Youth Wrestling Program Assistant 10, 11, 12 


Virgina Beach Wrestling Camp 9, 10 

Horizon Wrestling Club M, U), 11, 12 


Senior Class Play 

ABC Plant Sale9, 10, 11, 12 

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Concert Band 9, 10 

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" It is a terrific decree in life that they must act 

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who would prevail." 


-George Meredith 

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" The program for this evening is not new. 


you've seen this entertainment through and 


through, you've seen your birth your life and 


death, you might recall all the rest, did you have 


a good world when you died? Enough to base a 

movie on." -Jim Morrison 

Veysdog, Pf, Vaz, Weysey, Bob Dylat 

, Jan, Estebar, John 

Gregory Waryasz 

767 Shaker Rd. 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

Varsity Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain 12) 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Longmeaodw Country Club 10, 11, 12 

New England Orthopedic Surgeons 10 


VFW House of Democracy 10, 11, 12 

Jet Jotter 9, 10, 11, 12 (Layout Editor 11) 

(Managing Editor 12) 

Rough Draft 11, 12 (Layout Editor 12) 

Baystate Games Soccer U), 11 

NHS 11,12 

St. Mary's Grounds Crew 9, 10, 11 

Mass Conn Braves Hokcey 9, 10, 11, 12 

CCD9, 10, 11, 12 

Holy Name Soccer 9, 10, 11 

WW United Soccer 11, 12 

NCSC Indoor Soccer 9, 10 

Senior Class Play 

Science League 11 

Astronomy Club 9, 10, 11 

Cathedral High School Spring Hockey 9 

"There are no secrets to success. It is the result 
of preparation, handwork, and learning from 

-Colin Powell 

Greg, Ultimate, Gregorio, Taz, Geggy, Diesel 

Ariel Weekes 

234 Green Hill Rd. 

Football 9 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Hoops for Heart 10, 11, 12 

Relay for Life 9, 10, 12 

Madry Temple Member 9, 10, 11, 


Unity Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Basketball Clinic Counselor 11, 


Prayer at the Flag Pole 11, 12 

Faith Club 11, 12 

"Not only do I knock them out, I 
pick the round." 

-Muhammed Ali 

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Ditty, Aditty, Deacon, Chocolc 

te, Dude, Duke 

Lee Weiss 

39 Tecumseh Dr. 

Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Section Leader 11, 12) 

Jazz Band 11, 12 

Men's Chorus 9, 10 

Soccer 9, 10, 11 (Captain 11) 

Baseball 9, 10 

Pit Orchestra 10, 11 

Senior Class Play 

"If you are going to wait for 
something to turn up, you might 
start with your shirt sleeves." 

Leeward, Chubbs, Joey Bodafnko 

Melissa Weiss 

Volleyball 9, 10 (manager 10) 

Key Club 9, 10 

SADD 11, 12 

Basketball Manager 9 

Senior Class Play 

(Costume Producer) 

Talbots 11, 12 (sales associate) 

PALS 11, 12 

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DJST9, 10, 11, 12 (President 12) 

"To each his own." 
"Everything in the process goes 
through an awkward stage." 
"And may you grow to be proud, 
dignified, and true; and do unto 
others as you'd have done to you... 
but whatever road you choose, I'm 
right behind you, win or lose, 
forever young." 

Mel, Meliss, Mole, Melly, Melvina 

Seniors 63 

Bevan Weissman 

24 South Park Pi. 

Key Club 9, 10 

Science League 9, 10, 11, 12 

Math Team 11, 12 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Diving 10 

Astronomy Club 9 

Odyssey Of The Mind 9, 10, 1 1 

NHS 11, 12 (President 12) 

Senior Class Play 

"All these years, I see that I was 
mistaken about Eve in the beginning; 
it is better to live outside the Garden 
with her than inside it without her." 

-Mark Twain 
"Time for you and time for me, and 
time yet for a hundred indecisions; 
And for a hundred visions and 
revisions, before the taking of a toast 
and tea." -T.S. Eliot 

Bev, Beaver, Beavis, Bevster, Bevmo, Bevnuts 

Elizabeth Welch 

37 South Park Ave. 

Concert Band 9, 10 
(Section Leader 9, 10) 
Wind Ensemble 11, 12 
LaCappella 10,11,12 
(Section Leader 11,12) 

"Sometimes the light's all shining on me. 
Other times I can barely see. Lately it 
occurs to me, what a long strange trip it's 

-Grateful Dea 
"Certain things they should stay the way 
thev are You ought to be able to stick 
them in one of those big glass cases and 
ust Leave them alone. I know that's 
impossible, but it's too bad anyway." 

-Catcher In The K\ 

"All we are saying is give peace a chance. 

-John Lenno 

"I can't do what ten people tell me to do, I 

1 guess I'll remain the same." 

-Otis Reddin 

Welch, Dirty, Welchie-Momma, Welchinator 

Liza White 


Wind Ensemble 10, 11,12 

Lyrics 9, 10, 11, 12 

Jazz Ensemble 10, 11, 12 

Symphony Orchestra 10, 11, 12 

Concert Band 10 

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I Cantori 10 

Swedish Fish 10, 11,12 

French Club 10 

NHS 11, 12 


Senior Class Play 

(Pit Orchestra Conductor) 

Springfield Federation of 

Temple Youth 9, 10, 11,12 


Tanner Williams 

107 Grecnwillow Drive. 

Football 9, 10, 11,12 

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Baseball 10, 11 

Ski Team 10, 11,12 

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64 Seniors 

Laura Whitehouse 

99 Knollwood Drive 

Concert Band 9 

Wind Ensemble 10, 11, 12 

(Section Leader 12) 

Symphony Orchestra 11, 12 

(Section Leader 12) 

Young People's Svmphonv 11, 12 

(Section Leader 11, 12) 

Distric Band 9, 10, 11,12 

Music Lessons 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Key Club 9, 10 

Subway Employee 11, 12 

"When you come to the edge of all 
that you know, you must believe in 
one of two things: there will be earth 
upon which to stand, or you will be 
given wings to fly." 

Whitehouse, Lora, Lorelei, Outhouse, Carol's Twin 

Brendan Wilson 

107 Hopkins Place 

Cross Countrv 9, 10, 11. 12 

(Captain 12) 

Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Peer I eadership 10 

Key Club 9 

St. Mary's Youth Group 9, 10, 1 1, 12 

Boy Scouts 9, 10, 11, 12 (Jr. Assitant 

Scout Master Eagle Scout) 

Venture Crew 12 

UMASS Scholars Program 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Williams Middle School Custodian 


Chemistry Olympiad 11 

"May vou always have these 
blessings... A soft breeze when 
summer comes - A warm fireside in 
the winter - And always, the warm, 
solt smile of a tnend." 

-Irish Proverb 

Brendo, Brcndino, BMW 


Jessica Wenig 

R.E.A.L.I.T.Y 9, 10, 11 (Treasurer 11) 

Outing Club 9, 10 (Co-president 10) 

Buisness Club 12 

Key Club 9 

Cross Country 9 

Swimming 9 

Driving 10 

Track 11, 12 

Lacapella 10, 11, 12 

O.W.L.S. 11, 12 (Secretary 12) 

Figure Skating 9, 10, 11, 12 (Novice) 

Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

"For what it's worth, it was worth all 
the while. It's something unpredict- 
able, but in the end it's right. I hope 
vou had the time of your life." 

-Green Dav 

Amy White 

245 Maple Rd. 

Cross Country 9, 11, 12 
Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
Outing Club 11, 12 
Peer Training 10, 11, 12 
Art Club 10 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 
Greenwood Camp 11, 12 
NOLS 12 

"Do you know the dolphin, does 
he call you at home, and does he 
go AKAKAKA, I do not think so, 

-Ace Ventura 





Ames, Amster, WJiitehead, 

Whitey, Fordl 


Stephanie Wihbey 

1 61 Laurel Ln. 

Key Club 9 

PALS 10, 11, 12 (Board 11,12) 

SADD9, 10, 11, 12 

(Treasurer 11, 12) 

Twin Hills 11 


Senior Class Play 

War Of The Roses 

"I always knew when I looked 



1 back at the times that I've cried, 

1 I'd laugh. But I never knew 

1 when I looked back at the times 

1 I've laughed, I'd cry." 

Steph, Weebs, Webe, Sweebs, Bebe 

John Williams 

58 Roosevelt Ter. 

Football 9 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain 12) 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 


(Captain 12) 

Unity Club 9, 10, 11,12 


Supervisor at Brookings Middle 
School 11, 12 


Hoops For Heart 10, 11 
Relay For Life 10 

"Is this thing on...??" 

"If you want the rainbow, you 
have to put up with the rain." 





Bryan Wright 

6 Maplewood 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

J.C.C Basketball (MVP) 


"The world is yours." 


"Passion dripping from the 
coyote's eyes, he can taste his 
blood and blood never lies." 


-Red Hot Chilli Peppers 

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Jacob Youmell 

556 Laurel St. 

Men's Chorus 9 


Lyrics 10, 11, 12 

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Jazz Ensemble 11, 12 

Senior District Chorus 10, 11, 12 

All-State Chorus 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 



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Ski Team 9 

Aca-Fellas 11, 12 

State Street Singers 9 

Key Club 10 

"I learned this, at least, by my 

experiment: that if one advances 

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dreams, and endures to live the life 

which he had imagined, he will meet 

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with a success unexpected in 
common hours." 

-Henry David Thoreau 


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Arielle Young 

55 Hopkins PI. 

Track & Field 9, 10, 11, 12 
Field Hockey 9 
Cheerleading 10 
Senior Class Play 
War Of The Roses 

"There's nothing worse in the 
world than being ordinary." 

-American Beauty 

"I know tomorrow brings the 
consequence at hand, but I keep 
living this day like the next will 
never come." 

-Fiona Apple 

Air, AY4L, Cheerielle, Sweets 

Troy Hill 

Skateboarding 9, 10, 11, 12 
Flatlanding 10, 11, 12 

"Men at all? or small movable forts 
and magazines, at the service of 

some unscrupulous man in power? 
Visit the Navy-Yard, and behold a 

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marine, such a man as an 
American government can make, 
or such as it can make a man with 
its blackarts, - a mere shadow and 
reminiscence of humanity" 

-Henry David Thoreau 

"The aim of totalitarian education 
has never been to instill convic- 
tions but to destroy the capacity to 
form any." 

-Hannah Arendt 

"If you resist as a matter of habit, 

vou ruin resistance into art." 

Tiffany Jones 


Megan Robertson 

Kristie Robins 

26 Fenway Dr. 


Richard Buoniconti 

20 Entrvbrook Dr. 

66 Seniors 


Liz and Marie Durfee 
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Kelly Packard and Ellen Russell 

Sari Linson and Emily 

Caitlin Landry 

Katie Compton 

Anthony Santos 

Bevan Weissman 

Christie Allen 

Sara Holland 

Lauren O'Brien 

Greg Waryasz 

Michelle Spivak 

Beth Adams 

Jenna Fusaro and Anne 

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Lindsey Seefeld 

Heather Gray 

Sohaib Awais 

Becky Michael 

Katv McKee 

Dayle Douglas 

Dan and Matt Galuska 

Seniors 67 

Shannon Birtwell 

Tiffany Jones 

Amy Chernock 

I li/alx-th Cossin 

c helsea Paar 

6H Seniors 

Krista Hennenian 

Courtney Wagner 

Kristen Pavkowski 

Janet Davidow 

Julia Gofman 



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Lisa Shepard 

Katie Pen 


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Rykiel and Ariel Weekes Bryan Wright 

Erin Rilev 

Mike Roche and Scott 

Tenney Carpenter 

Sterling Blonder 

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R.ulu'l Ka\e 

Karen La Roche 

Rachel Jackowitz 

Amy Green 

Rob Shoen 

Tara Bagge 

PJ Ryan 




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Deborah Sunter 

Pearl Chauhan 

Amy Higgins 

Lynn Arthur 

Laquisha Jewel 

TJ Gould 

Eric Bell 

Gerrv Rubinaccio 

Caitlin McQuade 

Desmond Maves 

Liz/ Brawders 

Bethany Peck 

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Megan Talbot 

Carolyn Moriarty 

Sarah Kri 

Melissa Weiss 

Steph Wihbey 

Anna Stein 

Seniors 69 

"We know 
what we are, 
but not 
what we may be. 

-William Shakespeare 


Harrison Mackler and Lindsay Stark, 
juniors, are studying before a big test. 

Junior Molly Magowan poses with the 
Olympic Tourch. She received the 
honor of running with the tourch for 
the Salt Lake City Olympics this winter. 

Juniors, Megan Lenke and Katie 
Toye, are all smiles because its 

Matthew Adams 

Sarah Al-Husseini 

Vladimir Alekseyevets 

Anastasia Alexopoulos 

Alison Anderson 

Thomas Anthony 

Rachel Apirian 

Seth Appleman 

Asma Awais 

Nathaniel Balder 

John Barbeau 

Nicholas Barkett 

Devra Barr 

Cassandra Baxter 

Jeffrey Beattie 

Alexander Bederak 

Erin Bensche 

Carly Berezia 

Jamie Berg 

Matthew Bernadis 

Daniel Bernstein 

Darius Bessette 

Sarah Betley 

Kathryn Bielunis 

Ashley Bistran 

Krishna Bonatakis 

Richard Bontempo 

Christopher Bourbeau 

Brandon Boyei 

Lisa Braun 

Derrick Brewer 

Collin Bright 

Shelley Broverman 

Rorv Brown 

Lauren Burns 

72 Juniors 

Peter Cangialosi 

Julia Capurso 
Liam Carroll 
Joseph Casper 
Courtney Centeno 
John Chamberland 

Tina Chin 
Tyler Churchill 
Elizabeth Cohen 
Nikita Coleman 
Talia Cossin 
Elisabeth Cramer 
Francesco D'Agostino 

Elizabeth Daigneault 
Stephen Dambrov 
Megan Danahey 
Francesco Daniele 
Jaclyn Darling 
Clark De Los Reyes 
Peter Depergola 

Merideth Donald 

Cary Douglas 

Rachelle Douillard-Proulx 

Concetta Duncan 

Richard Dybdahl 

Emily Eaton 

Jennifer Ehrlich 

Christina Eld ridge 
Victoria Ellis 
Shaun Fagan 

anna Falvo 
Alicia Fede 
Ian Fiedler 

tthew Fioretti 

Dana Fisher 
Kaitlin Foley 
Nicole Forrest 
Christian Gagnier 
Timothy Garstka 
Joshua Gartman 
Beth Gordon 

Michael Gorodisher 
Michael Green 
Tyler Griggs 
Beth Guevara 
Galina Gurok 
Stephen Hamlin 
Jessica Hanmer 

Evan Hannay 
Autumn Harding 
Jeffrey Harrelson 
Amira Hasenbush 
Jacob 1 lausman 
Patrick Hayes 
Kendall Hedges 

Juniors 73 

Left: Tara 
Kilroy and 

Above From Left to Right: Ashley Bistran, Alison Quinn, Kerry Shea, 
and Kate O'Rourke at the Junior Senior Dance. 

Justin Henneman 

Megan Hennessy 

Peter Hogan 

W Brett Holm 

Sarah Holmquist 

Adam Horowitz 

fameson Humphries 

Nina Iavicoli 

Julia Ishak 

Javonne James 

Michael Jangl 

David Jangraw 

Piotr Jarzynski 

Michael Jermyn 

Emily Johnson 

Jonathan Jordan 

Michael Katoski 

Jason Ken yon 

Jordan Kessler 

Cheri Kevane 

Tara Kilroy 

Isaac I 

1 indsay King 

Jeffrey Kolonoski 

Marissa Komack 

[effrey Korman 

Michael Kreitzer 

Jimmy Kremer 

Lindsey Labecki 

[essica I abulis 

An Lakritz 

Kat) l.anouette 

Megan Lenke 

Eric I esser 

Jessica I e\ \ 

74 Juniors 

Above: Kerry Shea and Alison Quinn pose for 
the camera before going to class. 

Left: Nicole Forrest and Kendall Hedges. 


Patricia Lin 
T Ann Lin 
Timothy Lovett 
Andrew Lucia 
Harrison Mackler 
Molly Magowan 
Jennifer Maier 

Lauren Malinowski 
Christopher Marble 
Jeffrey Marsh 
Alice Marshall 
Yoshitomi Matsumoto 
Kaylin Mayausky 
Clark McCarthy-Miller 

Corey McDonald 
Kathryn McGorry 
Karen McGrath 
Sean McKenna 
Christina McLean 
Kyle Michael 
Ryan Mullen 

Kathleen Murphy 
Kathryn Murphy 
Geetha Mylvaganam 
Nathan Nadeau 
Mark Nam 
Joseph Neil 
Jennifer O'Brien 

Ryan O'Connell 
Caitlin O'Leary 
Ryan O'Leary 
Tim O'Leary 
Nathan Olszewski 
Kaitlin O'Rourke 
Yuki Otani 

Juniors 75 

Below: Kaylin Mayausky 
and Nikki Woodward. 

Above: (Top from Right) Amy Paysnick, Zoe Rasmussen, Katy Lanouett, Natalie 
Thomas, Ashley Bistran, Alison Quinn, and Bethany Peck. (Bottom from Right) Kerry 
Shea, Susie Moore, Kate O'Rourke, Katy Bielunis, and Liz Cohen. 

Lindsay Overson 

James Pacella 

John Pappas 

Scott Payne 

Amy Paysnick 

Sarah Peck 

Rebecca Peskin 

Kathleen Petroff 

Ashley Pickett 

Caroline Picknally 

Nicola Platzer 

Emma Plaut 

Janet Pohli 

Eric Polep 


Simon Prefontaine 

Mary Provenzano 

Ross Purdy 

Alison Quinn 

Marcy Racicot 

Colleen Rafferty 

Stephen Rafter 
Jeremy Randall 
Krystle Randall 
Jonathan Rappaport 
Zoe Rasmussen 
Andrew Ratner 
Ben Reardon 

Lisa Reburn 

Brent Renins 

Seth Retchin 

k nstcn Rohrbach 

Xenia Romanenko 

I inily Rosch 

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76 Juniors 

Left: (Behind from 
Left to Right) Sean 
McKenna and Nate 
Olszewski. (Front 
from Right) John 
Chamberlin, Chris 
Smith, Eric 
Walbridge, and 
Amos Shemesh. 

Scott Rousse 
Matthew Ruiz 
Matthew Russo 
Kyle Ryan 
Vincent Sabettini 
Ryan Salomone 
Derek Samble 

Anthony Santaniello 
Alicia Scher 
aime Schiffman 
Malorie Schwartz 
Stefany Scliopou 
Julie Seay 
Daniel Shapiro 

Kerry Shea 


Joshua Shnider 
Jacob Shore-Suslowitz 
Michael Shvakhman 
Andrea Sinclair 

Sean Skipton 
Chris Smith 
Katherine Somers 
Creagh Spallino 
Stephen Spinelli III 
Lindsay Stark 
Emily Steele 

Rachel Stern 
Matthew Tamsin 
Melinda Tang 
Abram Thau 
Natalie Ihomas 
Patrick Thompson 
Elina Tochilnikova 

Juniors 77 

Left: Kerry Shea 
and Kate 
O'Rourke take 
time out for a 
candid before 
they begin their 

Above: Susie Moore, Amy Paysnick, and Ashley 

Jennifer Tolpa 

Katherine Toye 

Tim Travers 

Leon Traynham 

Michael Tremble 

Jaclyn Trono 

Jonathan Viamari 

Hollie Wacks 

Eric Walbridge 

Sara Weiner 

Daniel Whipple 

Joseph White 

Cutlin Whitney 

Callie Williams 

Nicholas Williams 

Trances Wiseman 

Nikki Woodward 

Daniel Zvvirko 

Nathan Zyla 

Maxine Squires 

Class Of 2003 

78 Juniors 

Yuki Otani, Katy Lanouette, Kristen Rohrbach and Caitlin 
Whitney take a break from skating to smile for the camera. 

Julie Seay and Kat Somers show their enthusiasm about 
chemistry. (Below) 

Harrison Mackler, Kristen Rohrbach and Natalie Thomas. (Above) 




Alex Smith, Linda Wuang and Jessica Elin stop 
and smile for the camera. 

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Friends Meredith Ulrich and 
Alyssa Levy. 

Lee Berman and Anthony Sarno take a 
break from dancing in gym class. 

Carissa Adams 

Meagan Ahrens 

Hillary Allan 

Meghan Andrews 

Katrine Art 

Ozaire Awais 

Stefan Ayotte 

Michael Baker 

Richard Baker III 

Kristopher Barkett 

Igor Basovskiy 

Brandon Baymon 

Matthew Beaudry 

Lauren Bedard 

Brittany Belkin 

Rachel Berg 

Katelyn Bergeron 

Lee Berman 

Matthew Bertuzzi 

1 Vziel Bessette 

Justin Betley 

Zachary Bitzi 

Alexander Bloom 

Sean Boutin 

Alexandra Brault 

Christopher Breen 

Thomas Broderick 

Amanda Brown 

Tracey Brown 

Uyssa Burstein 

Addison Buscemi 

Mary Both Cadieux 

Thjen-Van ( M 

Anna ( alvanese 

c arh t hase 

82 Sophomores 

Julia Chesnovetsky 
Anna Chin 
Patrick Coffey 
Sara Colegrove 
Meghan Conley 
Luke Consolini 
Richard Cook 

Alex Corn 
Lana Cotton 
Ryan Coughlin 
Elizabeth Croll 
Eric Cromwell 
Ian Dailey 
Brigid Dean 

Greg Dearie 
Thomas Delis 
John Deluca Jr 
Shannon Demas 
Andrew Desmarais 
Meghan Dickson 
Jennifer Dikan 

Matthew Dimauro 
Mark Diruzza 
Megan Doney 
Thomas Donnelly 
Joe Drapalski 
Adam Drucker 
Caitlin Dugre 

Ann Durfee 
Elliot Dutcher 
Jonathan Edery 
Andrew El in 
Jessica Elin 
Ebonee Emanuel 
Jonathan Fahy 

Mayya Finn 
Alison Fitzpatrick 
Alexander Fontaine 
James Fortsch 
Joseph Furnari 
Kristie Gandelli 
Rebecca Gauthier 

Andrew Ghahramani 
Diana Gitlen 
John Glynn 
Sara Goddard 
David Gogel 
John Golden 
Lauren Gorenstein 

Ryan Graveline 
Rufus Green 
Jessica Grimes 
Derek Guzzo 
Derek Gyllenhammer 
Valerie Haberman 
Maura Hall 

Sophomores 83 

How you feelin'? HOT! HOT! HOT!. Mike 
Phillips, Joe Furnari, Mikey Hayes and Jeff 
Hambro take a break outside. 


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Rhonda Moore- 

Rebecca Whiteford and Gina Kevane work 
hard in Mr. Dibbern's science class. 

Jeffrey Hambro 

Lauren Heaton 

Matthew Higgins 

Thomas Hill 

Jennifer Hoff 

Kimberly Howard 

Nicholas Humberston 

Joel Humphries 
Linda Hwang 
Sarah Jackson 
Kelly Jakobek 
Adam Janes 
Amanda Jason 
Erik Jefferson 

Marques Jenkins 

Brett Johnston 

Caitlin Joyce 

Jessica Judson 

Peter Kadushin 

Shruti Kashikar 

Eleanor Kat/ 

Rebecca Katz 
Tyler Kenefick 
Ryan Kennedy 

Gina Kevane 

Jee-Hye Kim 
Michael Kirstein 

Robert Knaus 

Thomas KoenigB 

Kasey Koerner 

lillian Kos 

Ashley Kowarsky 

Tiffany Kowarsky 

I lisabeth Krill 

Patrick Kubala 

84 Sophomores 

Rufus Green and Priscilla Wytrwal warm up 
on the heater. 

Baily Mazur and Meg Ahrens smile after 
climbing the Dangle Duo. 

Ali Libbos say "Cheese! ! ' 

Brittany Lafountain 
Alex Lattell 
Emily Laurenzano 
Kenneth Leavitt 
Calvin Lecompt 
Jennifer Leduc 
Karissa Leduc 

Christina Lee 
Cameron Leroy 
Rainey Leverett 
Adam Levy 
Alyssa Levy 
Ashley Lewis 
Alixandria Libho: 

Jacob Licht 
Joann Lippert 
Katherine Lovett 
Eileen Lynch 
Nicholas Magliato 
William Maier 
Aerik Mansfield 

Adam Manzi 
Katie Manzi 
Jonathan Marchand 
Laura Marinelli 
Emmie Matty 
James Maxwell 
Donald Ma you III 

Bailley Mazur 
Michael McDonough 
Kaolin McEvoy 
Michael McKay 
Christopher McKenna 
Adam Mehle 
Marc Merrill 

Sophomores 85 

Matt Boudry and Tripp Baker are enlight- 
ened by the power of bioloj 

Nicole Sobel, Stephanie Zwirello and 
Christine Mooney- looking good girls! 

Tiffany Kowarsky, Priscilla Wytrwal and 
Ashley Kowarsky stop in the hall and 


Bryan Methe 

Drew Michael 

Sarah Micley 

Christine Mooney 

Radhames Mora 

Andres Moral 

Lisa Mujalli 

Ryan Murphy 

Darlene Murray 

Eric Nadelman 

Huong Nguyen 

Emily Nuzzo 

Uchenna Nwachuku 

Rory O'Brien 

Rory Tasini 

Richard Pearson 

Michael Phillips 

Alfredo Pileggi 

Andrew Pillard 

Richard Pinkman 

Kathleen Plummer 

Kathryn Premont 

Nicholas Prendergast 

Erin Randall 

Ryan Reardon 

Jonathan Reavey 

Chelsea Reilly 

Matthew Retchin 

Christopher Roach 

Krislyn Robinson 

Tiff.iny Ronen 

Sean Rosenbeck 

Mia Rothweiler 

I )cnis Rudchenko 

Lindsay Ruio 

86 Sophomores 



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Christine Mooney, Jessica Grimes and Vicky Katie Manzi, Kara Shypula, 
Sabbettini stop their biology lab to take a Kathleen Plummer and Ashley 

photo. Lewis just finished dancing. 




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Jillian Zeppa and Trudy Kashikar. 

Sophomores 87 



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Laura Marinelli shows her 
team spirit by wearing her 
Longmeadow Swimming 

Nicole Sobel warms up for the 
chamber concert. 

Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna 
do, whatcha gonna do when they 
come for you. Jay Fahy, Antony 
Sarno and Alfredo Pileggi. 

i utany 1 ranghese 

Mary Tuohey 

Meredith Ulrich 

Leigh Urbschat 

Arshia Vakil 

Zachary Van Schouwen 

Nicole Varteresian 

Nick Velasquez 

Corey Vincent 

Molly Wagner 

Ian Waite 

Joseph Warga 

Daniel Webber 

Kate Weinmann 

Eric Weiss 

Jodi Weisser 

Andrew Wernick 

John Whang 

Erica White 

Rebecca Whiteford 

Nakia Wicks 

Thomas Williamson 

Khambrel Wilson 

Priscilla Wytrwal 

Lauren Young 

Jill inn Zeppa 

lason Zilewicz 

Stephanie Zvvirello 

Courtney Zwirko 

88 Sophomores 

Lauren Heaton and Ashley Lewis take a seat on the 
steps. (Above) 

Jeff Hambro and Arshia Vakil stop between 
classes to take a quick pic. (Above) 

Rory O'Brien is just hanging around. 

Meg Dickson and Emily 
Steingart say "What up" to the 
camera. (Above) 

Rachel Berg, Tiffany Tranghese and Megan Doney 
stand in front of the lockers for a picture. 



Friends Auden Schmitt, Julia Ballis, and Corrie Schmitt smile 
for the camera, (above) 

Casual Corner 

Heather Sunter looks dazed 
from a hard days work, 



Meredith Johnson smiles showing 
her enthusiasm duringthe dancing 
unit, (above) 

Daniel Albert 

Jason Altman 

Angel Alvarez 

Yannick Amegan 

David Apirian 

Gregory Appleman 

Sydny Axler 

Carolyn Bagley 

Alexandra Balise 

Julia Ballis 

Mallory Bardin 

Zachary Baru 

Sara Begg 

Jennifer Bellenoit 

Andrew Benton 

Jake Berezin 

Jared Berezin 

Elizabeth Berger 

Dennis Berte 

Julia Bienkovvski 

Mary Bitzer 

Patrick Blakeraan 

Benjamin Brown 

Conner Brown 

Danielle Buoniconri 

Allison Burke 

Tyler Camp 

Alethca Campbell 

ITiomas Cangialosi 

Margaret Carpenter 

Ryan Carroll 

Christine Casaceli 

Evan Casanova 

rimothy Casartello 

Daniel Case) 

92 Freshmen 

(right) Farrel 
Simpson boogies 
down in the gym. 

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(left) Kevin 
Robinson does 
some morning 
studying while 
Brent Desellier 

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Nicole Cassista 

Patrick Chamberlain 
ie Chamberland 
ti Chauhan 
ira Chechette 

Elizabeth Chipkin 

Jared Cohen 

Sarah Cohn 
Philmore Colburn 
Larry Coleman 
Candace Collins 
Clare Collins 
Rebecca Compton 
Timothy Conboy 

Robert Conley 
Robert Conlin 

Michael Consolini 
Nicole Covalli 
Daniel Covey 
Ashley Cox 
Megan Croteau 

Giancarlo D'Agostino 
Joseph Deluca 
Christopher Denmark 
Matthew Denver 
Alexandra Derby 
Brent Desellier 
Susan Dimauro 

Heather Dobson 
Paige Doyle 
Catherine Drennan 
Nicole Duncan 
Douglas Duquette 
Robert Ehresman 
Meaghan Ehrhard 

Freshmen 93 

Ketti Chauhan and Angel Alberez talk 
while getting ready for school to start, 

Hannah Grayboff smiles while 
Kathleen Koerner jumps into the 
picture, (above) 

Sophmore Anne Durfee takes time to 
prove her frosh friend Allison Burke is 
cool, (above) 

Emily Ehrlich 

Brooke Faber 

Anthony Falvo 

Adnan Faruqi 

Allison Ferris 

Kimberly Ferris 

Shayla Fiedler 

Alexandra Fioretti 

Robert Flynn 

Michael Foss 

Ashley Gabriel 

Tiffany Gabriel 

Marc Gagnier 

Jennifer Gallucci 

Ann Gartman 

Anthony Gauthier 

Venessa Gendron 

Leann Gerlach 

Jayme Gershen 

fayme Gershen 

Sara Gibb\ 

Rosemary Giella 

Kirsten Gi*;uere 

Morag Gilad 

Katharine Colbert 

Shayna Gilmari 

Sarah Gould 

Kent Graham 

Alexander Grassetti 

I lannah Grayboff 

( ameron Greeri 

[amaica ( Iroeneveld 

Jeffre) ( luerra 

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New Kids on the Block 

Dan Israel, Tim Stewart, Margaret Carpenter, and 
D.J. chill out on the bleachers, (above) 

The gals that are hanging out during some down time are 
Jessica Parker, Caroline Meehan, Catherine Drennan, and 
Carolyn Bagley. (above) 

Robert Henley 
Sean Hobin 
Victoria Holden 
Terrell Hoi 1 ins 
Charles Holm 
Mario Iavicoli 
Heather Ingalls 

say Ishak 
niel Israel 
Adam Jackowitz 
Laura Jacquin 
Jonathan Jaffe 
Jonathan James 
Christian Johansen 

Meredith Johnson 
Justin Jordan 
Frederick Kapinos 
Harley Kata 
Matthew Katz 
Caroline Keady 
Matthew Kelleher 

P. J. Khosrowjerdi 
Rachel Kim 
Matthew King 
Brum Klein 
Maria Koenigs 
Kathleen Koerner 
Shayna Komack 

Freshmen 95 

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Meghan Croteau smiles for 
the junior taking her picture. 


Elise Heaton flashes a 
cheerful grin. (Above) 

Ally Derby and Andrea O'Sullivan are stunned by the news that 
they only have three more years until high school is over. (Above) 


Elliott Krach 

Catherine Kranz 

Janet Kung 

Phillip Landry H 

Sarah Laurenzano 

Justine Le 

Justin Leavens 

Madeleine Leigh 

Nicholas Leigh 

Nick Leventis 

Elyse Linson 

Danielle Loizzo 

Alexandra Low 

Jessica Madnick 

Samantha Marble 

Gordon Marsh 

Kaitlin Martin 

Charles McCrae 

Leigh McGoldrick 

Sean McMahon 

Caroline Meehan 

Nick Melikian 

Nora Meserve 

Danielle Meth 

Meahan Morehardt 

Allyson Moriarty 

Nicole Muratore 

Shannon Murphy 

Benjamin Nadeau 

Sang-Jin Nam 

Patrick O'Connor 

Patty O'YIalley 

Matthew O'Rourke 

Amanda O'Sullivan 

Andrea O'Sullivan 

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96 Freshmen 

Emily Ehrlich patiently 
smiles not revealing that she 
is having difficutly with her 
lock. (Above) 

Phil Colburn, Tom Cangialosi, and Eric Sarno all enjoy school 
gossip before class. (Above) 

Carrie NG smiles before 
entering her "favorite" class. 
What a good sport. (Above) 





Nicholas Paar 
Sara Packin 
Jessica Parker 
Jana Parzivand 
Nehal Patel 
Jovan Perez 
Angela Perrakis 

Colleen Perry 
Mary Petroff 
Jessica Pickett 
Alessandra Pileggi 
Margaret Porter 
Daniel Potito 
Theodore Pratt 

Kevin Preston 
Timothy Rafter 
Jamon Rahn 
Justin Rappaport 
Douglas Ratner 
Rebecca Reuhen 
Erich Roberts 

Kevin Robinson 
Margaret Roche 
Jenna Ross 
Alberto Rubinaccio 
Grigoriy Ruge 
Drew Sadowsky 
Erica Santa 

Gia Santaniello 
Joseph Sapojnikov 
Eric Sarno 
Lauren Scheiper 
Zachary Schiffman 
Auden Schmitt 
Corrie Schmitt 

Freshmen 97 

Lil' Elsie Chamberland 
flants a smile for her 
buddies! (Above) 

These two cute chicas, Kim 
and Allison Ferris, are 

Julia Bienkowski confidently 
walks down the hall enjoying 
life and all its pleasures. Oh 
Bebe! (right) 

Caitlyn Sullivan, Laura 
Jacquin, and Angela Perrakis 
will be friends forever, even 
after high school. (Below) 


Michael Sekor 

Matthew Selbovitz 

Jonathan Shaker 

Zachary Shapiro 

Leilani Sharpe 

Yonatan Shemesh 

Keerthi Shetty 

Alison Shypula 

Farrel Simpson 

Benjamin Smith 

Ellen Spallino 

Justin Stambovsky 

Taijhia Steele 

Melissa Stern 

Joshua Stewart 

Timothy Stewart 

Danielle Suber 

Kyung Yong Suh 

Caitlin Sullivan 

Caitlyn Sullivan 

Thomas Sullivan 

Heather Sunter 

Ella Sussman 

Jeston Sussman 

Brooke Talbot 

Gregory Tariff 

Eve Thau 

Justine Therrien 

Jaime Thomas 

Gregg Tobin 

Robert Travers 

I h/abeth Tredeau 

( ieoffrey Veysey 

Jessica Viamari 

Silvanna Vivenzio 

Andrew Wamock 

Matthew Webber 

Emma Wel< li 

Susan VVhitehouse 

Deveron Wicks 

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Meghan Wilson 

Lindsay Wright 

James Wu 

Andrea Yaffe 

Collin Young 

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Ted Pratt and posse lean against a wall. (Above) 

Kelly Healy enjoys doing homework with Susie 
Dimauro. (Above) 

Morag Gilad, Susan Whitehouse, Susie Dimauro and Katie Gilbertall look 
studious before homeroom. (Above) 

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Ashley Cox, Mary Bitzer, Rebecca Reuben, Kelly Healy, Brooke 
Talbot, Farrel Simpson, and Candace Collins huddle for a picture 
while at the volleyball banquet. (Above) 

Kailtin Martin, Mellissa Stern and Danielle Loizzo cuddle up with Rory 
O'Brien. (Above) 

Tim Conboy, Joe Shipashnisk and Robby 
Ehresman look cool at their lockers. 

Freshmen 99 

To teach 

touch a life 
forever. " 


Mr. Berte loves spending time 
with his family. He also enjoy 
spending summers at Cape 

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Cod and boating 

Mr. O'Shea enjoys spending J 
time with his family (3 kids). 
He is an avid basketball plavei 
and fan. He formally taught 
social studies and continues to 
instruct US History at Bav Patl 

Mrs. Sutter really enjoys 
working with all the students 
at LHS. In her spare time, she 
enjoys the opera and building 


Marty O'Shea 

Assistant Principal 

Jacque Sutter 

Dean of Students 

Mr. Berte takes 
a coffee break 
during one of 
his busv days. 

102 Faculty 

Mrs. Connor is a guidance counselor 
who enjoys working out. She is also 
the advisor of AFS. 

Mr. Devine is a social worker 
sonal and family counselor). In 
addition, he coaches indoor track and 
field, ladies outdoor track and field. 
"Deny your desires and you will find 
what your heart longs for." 

Ms. Lyons is a guidance counselor 
and assistant cross country coach. 
She enjoys playing golf and running 
and ran her first marathon in 
Washington D.C. 

Mr. Rosemond is a guidance counse- 
lor for grades 9-12. He enjoys bird- 
watching, croquet, and badmitton. A 
ballet aficionado, he loves to watch 
thrilling pas de deuxs! 

Mrs. Whipple is the guidance secre 
tary. She loves sewing and decorat- 
ing. She also enjoys attending high 
school sporting and music events. 

Pat Hogan- Welch 
Sue Lawson 
Donna Lyons 

Linda McPartlan 
Mike Rosemond 
Gina Whipple 

Mrs. McPartlan smiles for the camera with one of 
her students. 

Faculty 103 

Mark Cormier Bill Kirpatrick 

Karla Drake Roger LeBlanc 

Laird Ellis Linda McShane 

Michelle Fontana Jessica Harris 

Jane Murphy 
Pam Pion 
Janice Pontacoloni 
Mark Staples 


Mr. Cormier teaches ninth and eleventh ! 
grade English and advises the Jet Jotter. 
A lover of Shakespeare, Steinbeck, and 
Dickinson, he believes "The world is 
charged with the grandeur of God." - 

Ms. Drake just moved from NYC when 
she taught for 10 years. She loves dis- 
cussing big concepts like "free will," 
existentialism, or the grandeur of the 
human spirit in her Senior English 
classes. She lived in Europe for 7 years, 
speaks German fluently, and loves to 
travel. Ms. Drake works as a consultant 
on the SAT's and on the SAT II Writing I 
Test in her free time. 

Mr. Kirpatrick teaches Freshmen and i 
Junior English. Outside of school, he 
enjoys golf, skiing, tennis, and Tai Chi. 

Miss Fontana teaches ninth and tenth 
grade English and advises the Book Clu 
A hockey fan, her favorite teams are the 
Sprinfield Falcons, the Dallas Stars, and 
the Phoenix Coyotes. 

Mr. LeBlanc teaches English I & II, love 
Broadway, advises Masacksic , and enjo; 
playing golf. 

Ms. McShane, even when she is not the 
physically, is always in the state of Mail 
walking on the coast, watching the wav 
crash against the rocks. 

A lover of literature, Mrs. Pion teacheJ 
Sophomore American Literature and 
Junior British Literature. 

A former heavy-metal guitarist and higl 
school wrestler, Mr. Staples teaches 
Sophomore & Junior English and advise 
The Rough Draft . 

104 Faculty 

Ax. Delano teaches World and US His- 
ory. His hobbies are thoroughbreds, 
ishing with Mr. Slate, and minerals. 
Wear a smile" and "This is the earliest 
ou have been late." ,. * 

Ars. Dillon teaches 9th and 10th grade 
Vorld History and Psychology. She is an 
vid reader, runner, gourmet cook, and 
ppreciater of music. "Make a point of 
•eing grateful for all you have, each and 
very day." 

At. Epstein teaches US History, Consti- 
utional Issues, and World History; 
oaches Freshman Football; and is the 
ssistant track coach. In his spare time, 
te enjoys music and golf. "That is not a 
feeat, that is a promise!!" *: 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the 
Jnited Nations of the World. And to the 
'rincipals of Peace for which it stands. 
Ul nations under many Gods. For lib- 
rty and justice for all."- Mr. Fischer 

At. Kelly Lowenstein teaches US His- 
3ry and advises the GSA. In his spare 
me, he enjoys writing, running, reading, 
nd spending time with his family. 

Is. Snyder teaches Honors Freshman 
forld Histor, Sophomore World History, 
rid Senior Asian History. Her interests 
iclude classical flute, guitar, studying 
ipanese, and traveling. 

Ir. Sweeney teaches World History II, 
S History II, and Sociology of Commu- 
fty. He was drafted by a student intra- 
lural volleyball team and enjoys spend- 
ig time with his wife and two children, 
arley-Davidson motorcycles, hockey, 
"id live music. "Do unto others as you 
ould have them do unto you." 

Is. Toole teaches World History and 
nviromental Studies. When not teachi- 
ng and studying about the world she is 
aveling it. 

Robert Delano Gideon Fischer 

Mary Ellen Dillon John Fitzgerald 
Craig Epstein Jeff Kelly 



Lori Snyder 
Joseph Sweeney 
Kara Toole 
Stewart Walker 

Facultv 105 

Sue Bailey 

Jeff Goodwin 

Delores Nacewicz 

Bill Blanchard 

Ron Hirsch 

David Slate 

Karen Cuthbert 

Eric Howard 

Joanne Sleigh 

James Dibbern 

Rick Linden 

Raymond Suzor 



Mr. Blanchard teaches C.P. Biology and 
Honors Chemistry. He loves to play wit! 
words, sing in class, and develop his 
American Flyer lay-out. "You can do it." 
"Chimpmunks disguised as students." 

Mr. Hirsch teaches A. P. Physics and 
Conceptual Physics. He is also the coach 
of the Science League team. Mr. Hirsch 
loves the outdoors. Canoeing, hiking, 
backcountry and downhill skiing, and 
biking keep him busy when he is not at 

Mr. Linden teaches Physical Science and 
Biology II. His interests outside of schoo 
include swimming, hiking, skiing, and 
coaching softball. 

Mrs. Nacewicz teaches Biology and 
Physical Science. She is the 2004 class 
advisor and likes to spend her summers 
in Maine. 


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Mr. Dibbern, Mr. Hirsch, Mrs. 

Morse, and Mr. Suzor strike a pose 

after teacher karaoke. 

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106 Faculty 

Sra. Alves teaches Spanish I, II, and III 
Honors. In her spare time, she cooks and 
works for the Big Y Homework Helpline. 

Mademoiselle Buescher teaches French I, 
French II, French II Honors and advises 
the French Club. She also coaches indoor 
and outdoor track. Her hobbies include 
running, hiking, and skiing. 

Sra. Maloney teaches Spanish 5 A. P., 
Spanish 5, and Spanish 2. She is the 
advisor for the Class of 2003 and enjoys 
reading, music, and kayaking in Maine. 

Sra. Rhodes teaches Latin I, Spanish III, 
and Spanish IV Honors and advises the 
Spanish Club. She is an avid college 
football fan, gardener, horsewoman, and 
traveler. A lover of animals, she has two 
Arabian horses. 

After a brief career as a bullfighter in the 
running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, 
Sr. Riccio returned to Longmeadow to 
teach Spanish. He raises miniature Old 
English Bantams, endangered species of 
cacti, and Christmas trees. He touches the 
earth and makes it bloom. 

Sra. Wiseman teaches Spanish II, Spanish jj sa Alves Molly Colgan 

II Honors, and Spanish IV. She enjoys Kimberly Buescher Lorie Healy 

visiting Spain, reading, gardening, and George Carellas Eric Juergens 
spending time with her grandchildren. 

Mary Beth Maloney 
Carol Rhodes 
Vito Riccio 
Kate Wiseman 

Sra. Alves gets Junior Ryan O'Connell 
ready for the big test. 

Faculty 107 


Monica Adams 
Marty Conway 
Ginny Guistina 
Pauline Jacek 

Mrs. Adams and Mr. O'Connell 
rock to Billy Joel during teacher 

Mrs. Adams teaches Pre-Calculus, Alge- 
bra, and Geometry. She enjoys good 
weather, yellow labs, and horses. 

Mr. Conway teaches Introduction to 
Calculus, Algebra I, SAT Review, SeniorJ 
Trigonometry, and Advanced Mathemat 
ics Lab. He enjoys woodcarving, work- 
ing with stained glass, and appears from 
time to time as an actor at the Summer 
Theatre at Mount Holyoke College. 

Mr. O'Connell teaches Algebra 2, Geom 
etry, and Pre-Calculus. In his free time, 
he studies the history of mathematics, 
hikes, and swims. 

Mrs. Peters teaches Algebra II Honors, 
Functions and Trigonometry, and AlgeM 
bra II. She is the LHS Math Team coach, 
advisor and is currently the President of 
the Western Massachusetts Mathematics 
League and President of MAML. She ha 
been teaching for 31 years (Texas, Philip 
pines, Florida, and Massachusetts) at the 
middle school, high school, and college' 
levels. She has completed courses in Pet 
Coaching, Mentor training, and Nonvio- 
lent Crisis intervention training. She isfl 
very involved with her children, an avid 
reader and gardener. Her love of the 
outdoors brings her to Maine every 
summer and lots of camping experiences 
She has traveled extensively (most re- 
cently to Austria, Germany, Chech Re- f 
public, and Japan). 


Mr. Shea, chairperson of the math de- J 

partment, teaches Geometry and B/C 
Calculus. Cooking, golfing, and travedj 
to the Carribbean are her favorite thing^ 
to do when she has the time. 

Mrs. Wells teaches Algebra II, Function! 
& Trig, and AP Statistics. Outside of 
school, she enjoys running and being a 
mother to a 5-year-old and 3-year-old. 

lt)8 Faculty 

.Irs. Ackley is an education assistant in 
pecial education. She enjoys golfing and 
iking. She feels that helping children is a 
ery rewarding experience. 

/Irs. Burke is a basic skills specialist. 

4rs. Casanova teaches special education, 
he is an avid reader who loves to travel, 
specially on cruises. 

its. Coyne teaches World History I, 
,atin, and MCAS. Her interests include 
raveling, gardening, reading, spending 
me with her family and dog Baci, and 
iterior design. 

Linda Ackley 
Ruthann August 

Maggie Camp 
Cheryl Casanova 
Janet Smith Coyne 
Ann Meeropol 

Faith Hyland 
Karen Locke 
Sandi Macdonald 
Patricia Dussault 

Ann Moore 
Judy Scott 



Faculty 109 

Vesta Browne 
Ann Carey A 

Bob Charron , 

Marilyn Howe 
Vivian Morse 


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John Pantuosco 



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Mrs. Howe teaches accounting & 
CIM. She is an avid movie goer and 
loves to be tested on entertainment 

Mrs. Morse loves to walk with 
Brinkley, Wayne and her family. She 
also enjoys gardening on a spring 
day, swimming under the stars and 
observing students engaged in learn- 

Mrs. Browne is Chair of the Business 
Education Department and is avail- 
able to work with students in the 
Career and College Resource Center 
(Room 127). She is also the Key Club 
advisor. This year she has taught ^ 
Entrepreneurship and Personal 
Finance in addition to the Career 
Development course, arranged in- 
ternships and Cooperative Work 
Experiences. During her spare time, 
she enjoys cooking and can fre- 
quently be seen around town power-' 
walking after school and early in the 




110 Faculty 

Is. Butler is an art teacher, senior 
lass advisor, and girl's soccer coach 
t Longmeadow High. Her hobbies 
iclude running, playing with her 
ogs, and enjoying time with her 
rmily. WM' 

lr. Mucci is the department chair- 
erson for the music department and 
jaches Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, 
Jrchestra, and Wind Ensemble. He 
; also the musical director of the 
lassachusetts Youth Wind Ensemble 
t the New England Conservatory of 
lusic in Boston. 

Is. Neilson teaches Architectural 
lesign, Computer Animation, Com- 
uter Art & Design, Intro to Photo, 
nd A.P. Portfolio. In her free time, 
ie enjoys sci-fi, gardening, attending 
<tra-curricular courses, computer 
rt, photography, and family time. 

Is. Werlin teaches La Cappella, 
/omen's Chorus, and Music Theory 
: LHS. Many of this year's seniors 
ave had Ms. Werlin as their music 
;acher since they were fifth graders 
: Williams Middle School. In addi- 
Dn to teaching at LHS, she loves 
nging, cooking, and gardening. 

Kate Butler 
Deb Callahan 

Hilary Godin 
Mike Mucci 




Judy Neilson 
Peter Thomsen 
Kayla Werlin 

Mrs. Callahan, Mrs. Neilson, Mrs. Butler, and Mrs. 
Godin take time from a regular day to get thieir 


picture taken. 

Mr. Mucci gets Wind Ensemble ready for 
their upcoming concert. 

Faculty 111 

Claire Carl 
Peter Crumb 
Mike Deary 
Shad Hanrahan 

Rita Hawker 
Sandi Macdonald 
Nicole Roccapriore 
Alex Rotsco 

112 Faculty 




Maureen Cadieux 
Carol Garvey 

Peg Houle 
Joan Morey 
Cindy O'Malley 

Karen Omartian 
Nancy Peck 
Jan Quattrochi 

Mrs. Quattrochi, Mrs. Cadieux. Mrs. Carle, 

and Mrs. Garvey smile for the camera. 

Faculty 113 


Back Row: P. Griffin, L. Jangrow, S. Layman, R. Greaves. 
Front Row: J. Bolscher, N. Henderson, R. Hundley 

Food Service 

Back Row: B. Danio, R. Becker, J. Giannetti, R. Craven, D. Hopkins, M. 
Varteresian, C. Mezzetti. Front Row: A. Hokanson, P. Cadieux, P. Bandoski, M. 
Glushien, M. Romeo 

114 Faculty 

Class of '73 

Joe Winseck 

Raymond Suzor 

William Blanchard 

Gary O'Sullivan 

Carol Rhodes 

John Fitzgerald 

Roger Leblanc 

William Kirkpatrick 

Robert Delano 

Faculty 115 

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Faculty 117 


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Faculty 119 

It is one of the blessings 

of old friends 

that you can afford 

to be stupid 

with them. " 

-Ralph Waldo Emerson 

Senior Recess 

Christie Allen and Chris Nuzzo take 
a break a from their busy schedules 
to enjoy a spring day. (Right) 
Bethany Peck and Shannon Birtwell 
head out to their cars to enjoy a 
lunch break. (Far Right) 

laggie Doyle and Amy Cowan 
?turn from CVS with a tresh 
supply of candy, so they can get 
through their exhausting daj 


122 Student Life 

Knsten Hannifan and Jen Grimaldi 
hurry to biology class after 
breakfast at Kimmels. (Above Right) 
Despite the no parking sign, 
rebellious seniors refuse to follow 
the ridiculus parking rules. In order 
to park in the student parking lot a 
driver must come at the crack of 
dawn. (Right) 


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Chris Hicks and Ryan Foss take a break from school to play racquetball. 

Natasha Perez and Julia Bussolari 

return from their study period. 


James Martin displays excellent 

driving skills as he heads out of the 

parking lot. (Middle Left) 

feff McCormick and Amy Cowen 
smile for the camera after returning 


from Shell. (Left) 

Student Life 123 


Seniors Eric Lafountaine, Aaron 
Morse, Jake Matulewicz, Allison 
Moran, Ben Sussman, Steve Leone, 
Sean Tuohey, Natile Levine, 
Andrew Sherman and Rykiel Weeks 
enjoy a weekend party. (Right) 

Seniors Rykiel Weeks and John 
Stewart take a moment aside from a 
party to smile for the camera. 

Seniors Melissa Weiss, Lindsey Feldman, 
Amv Ross, and Kristen 1 l.innifan get ready 
for a weekend party together. (Above) 

Sarah Derby, Kate Holdcn, 
and Rykiel Weeks get ready 
tor a night on the town. (Right) I 

124 Student Life 


Susie Moore enjoys working 
at Kiddly Wink's. (Far Left) 
Michelle Spivak arranges the 
clothing for the spring sale at 
Hollister. (Left) 

Greg Waryasz serves up delicous 
delicatessans at Longmeadow 
Country Club. (Upper Left) 
Dave Belmont and Liz Welch care 
j about their custumers. (Left) 

Pat Kubala and Corey Rafter offer 
help to all the Brightwood 
Custumers. (Above) 

Student Life 125 


Seniors Jenn Grimaldi, Tara Bagge, 
Sara Derby, and Kate Holden take a 
break from their busy vacations to 
smile for a picture. (Right) 

Ariel Weeks and John Williams 
prepare for a night on the town 

Sen i i >rs Carolyn Moriarty, Illona 
RLeyder, Katie Perrakis and Caitlin 
Landry take a shopping break in 
Maine. (Above) 

Seniors Christie Allen and Michelle 
Spivak show off their tans before a 
night out in Florida. (Right) 
Si'niors Marie Durfee, Maggie 
Doyle, Courtney Wagner, Sarah 
Krill, Liz Welch and Anna Lusardi 
smile at this \ ears DM15 concert. 

126 Student Life 


Sisters Courtney and Molly Wagner 
enjoy a vacation toghether this sum- 
mer in London. (Left) 

Julia Heaton, Julia Gofman, Anne Seabury, and Kelly Packard take a break 
during a warm fall day to smile for the camera. (Below) 

Natile Levine, Allison Moran, and 
Rykiel Weeks enjoy a peaceful 
vacation in Longmeadow. (Above) 
Kate and Matt O'Rourke take a 
break from their Carribean Cruise 
to smile for a picture. (Left) 

Ashley Bistran, Susie Moore, Kate 
O'Rourke, Katie Bielunis and 
Bethany Peck take a moment 
during their action packed vacation 
to smile for the camera. (Left) 

Student Life 127 

Those Memoriable Days... 

The school year began just as it always does. The seniors were excited to be seniors, until they 
found out how big of a task applying to college was. Then came the senior activities. The juniors en- 
tered the year not believing the common saying of "Junior Year is the toughest year." They soon saw 
this was true, when teachers began loading on the homework and SATs came. Sophomores just sat 
back and relaxed because they weren't freshman anymore. Slightly skiddish, the freshman joined the 
high school, but it wasn't long before they too felt comfortble and began to enjoy their high school 

Lauren Emma, Katie Bielunis, and 
Tom McMahon smile as they hold 
up Lancawear products, the new 
school store. (Right) 

128 Student Life 


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California residents endure drastic 
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support energy conservation measures 
Jay Leno stages an "unplugged" episode 
of NBC's "The Tonight Show." 

Democrats gain majority control of 
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Vermont Senator James Jeffords leaves 
the Republican Party because of his 
opposition to President Bush's aar-"" 

i^ Argentina's economy collapses, 
sparking deadly anti-government 
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1" Russian President Vladimir Putin 
and President Bush agree to cut 
nuclear missile arsenals by nearly 
two-thirds. Later, Bush unilaterally 
pulls out of the 1972 Anti-Ballistic 
Missile Treaty to pursue a missile 
defense system. 

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and tighter check-in procedures 
as airport security restrictions are 
heightened following the terrorist 
attacks on September 1 1 . 


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Masako gives birth to a^aby girl 
icember. The birTn generates 
fresh debate about male-only 
succession to Japan's throne. 

Americans face another form of 
terror when anthrax-laced letters 
are sent to members of Congress 
and the media. Five people are 
killed in the attacks, and clean-up 
of government buildings costs 
millions of dollars. 

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Violent Israeli-Palestinian 
confrontations escalate as Prime 
Minister Ariel Sharon and PLO Leader 
Yasser Arafat struggle to find an 
answer to their countries' ongoing 
hatred for one another. 

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1 s Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan 
Milosevic faces the International 
Tribunal in The Hague for U.N. war 
crimes, including the murder and 
persecution of ethnic Albanians 
in Kosovo. 

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into a Queens neighborhood in New 
York City on November 12, killing 
all 255 people on board. Structural 
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Timothy McVeigh is executed by 
lethal injection for destroying the 
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building 
in A pril 1995, killing 168 people. 

After Houston energy giant Enron 
collapses, thousands lose their life 
savings, accounting firm Arthur 
Andersen encounters accusations of 
unethical practices, and the General 
Accounting Office sues the Executive 
Branch for confidential transcripts in 
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"^ control surgery. Signals sent through fiber-optic lines 
enable robotic surgical arms to operate on a gallbladder 
patient in France. 


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Rochester, Minnesota, 
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General Hospital discover that 
beauty triggers a brain response 
in men that is similar to reactions 
to cocaine and money. 

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research, but only on cells already 
extracted. The research is highly 
controversial because extracting 
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•t Winter weather buffs are left 
out in the heat as Americans 
experience record warm 
temperatures across the country 
in December and January. 

-> Scientists report that vast fields 
of carbon dioxide ice are eroding ' 
from the poles of Mars. Over time, s 
this could possibly prompt the 
return of water to the Red Planet. 


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scooter invented by Dean Kamen, is tested by police 
and postal workers in several states. 

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artificial heart, is given to 59-year-old Robert Tools 
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-l Popular shoemaker Vans releases 
a shoe of a different color— white shoes 
that turn yellow, pink or blue in the sunlight. 


lis to prepare children for the busine: 
world become popular with career-conscious kids and parents. 



1" M&M/MARS acknowledges the 
growing Hispanic American H 
population with a new M&M's 
flavor "dulce de leche," 
the caramelized sweetened 
condensed milk mixture 
' America. 

*r Hollywood pledges support for 
the September 11 
iy making a variety 
of "I Love NY" fashion statements. 

* Reacting against sexi 
in advertising, music and the 
arts, young men and women 
across America join the 
"true love v 

-> In the new arcade game Dance 
Dance Revolution, players 
watch a dance pattern onscreen 
and duplicate the moves on a 

■ !>i responding dance floor. 




■' ages 

•f- Hoping to perpetuate its 
mystique with motorcycle fans, 
Harley-Davidson unveils the 
V-Rod, its first new "hog" in 
a half-century. 

vU Teens across the country are on 
a roll with retro style roller skates 
ind the newest fad: shoes with 
retractable wheels. 

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Medical Association reports that 
childhood obesity has reached 
epidemic proportions thanks in 
part to larger fast food servings 
and in-school soda machines. 

nP Cover Girl turns lips into a work 
of art with LipArt. The new fad 
comes complete with stencils, a 
freestyle lip brush and 26 shades 

1 s Extreme soda drinkers receive 
another huge jolt of caffeine 
as Mountain dew introduces 
its newest beverage — cherry 
flavored Code Red. 

1" Bobbleheads 
but also pop 

ac 'mcymp 

make a comeback, 
not only sports figures 
music superstars such 

<r Topps releases an "Enduring Freedom" card set 
featuring portraits and bios of many leaders 
involved, including President Bush and Secretary 
of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. 


^ At 10:45 a.m. September 11, Fox News Channel 
introduces the headline ticker. Other networks follow, 
creating a non-stop flood of headlines. Each "crawl" 
rotates nearly 80 headlines in a 7- to 15-minute loop. 





II «- The American flag shows up an. 
| everywhere as patriots across the country display 
their support for U.S. troops battling in Operation 
Enduring Freedom. 

r Shrek and Donkey, voiced 
by Mike Myers and Eddie 
Murphy, hit the theaters 
to teach a valuable lesson 
about true love in Shrek 

-> MTV, the first television 

I g network devoted exclusively 

| to popular music, celebrates 

= its 20th anniversary. 


CBS's "Late Show with David 
Letterman" helps people cope with 
their emotions in the weeks after 
the September 1 1 terrorist attacks 

Russell Crowe rece 
straight Oscar non 
Best Actor with his 
role as a parai 
in A Beaut:' 



1 s 1970s Swedish band Abba enjoys 
revival in the Broadway smash hit 
Mamma M/a.'The musical features 
three intertwined love stories and 
over 20 of Abba's greatest hits. 

t- The WB scores a flyaway hit 
with "Smallville," the story of 
Superman's high school years. 
The show stars newcomer Tom 
Welling as the young Superman. 

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«- The Emmy Awards for Best Actress 
and Best Supporting Actress in a 
Comedy go to CBS's "Everybody 
Loves Raymond" stars Patricia 
Heaton and Doris Roberts. 

-> Actor Josh Hartnett solidifies 
his role as a leading man 
in Hollywood with a pair of 
blockbuster war movies: Pearl 
Harbor and Black Hawk Down 

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1" Entertainers and major TV networks 
come together in historic fashion for 
the "America: A Tribute to Heroes" 
telethon, raising over $150 million 
for September 1 1 relief efforts. 

4/ Nintendo's Gamecube and 
Microsoft's X-Box enter the video 
game market to compete with 
Sony's smash-hit PlayStation 2. 

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1 s The Lord of the Rings: The 
Fellowship of the Fling, the first 
movie of J.R. R.Tolkien's fantasy 
trilogy, receives 13 Oscar 
nominations including Best Picture. 

4> Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks 
collaborate to produce the 
10-episode HBO World War II 
epic Band of Brothers, based 
on the best-selling book by 
Stephen Ambrose. 

1 s Popular WB TV series "But! 
Van ave 

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^ The highly anticipated movie Harry Potter 
and the Sorcerer's Stone sets records for 
opening weekend, and first, second and 
third place single-day box-office totals. 

Kiefer Sutherland stars in Fox's 
Golden Globe winner "24." The 
show is delivered in two dozen 
real-time episodes based on one 
action-packed day in the life of 
fictional CIA agent Jack Bauer. 


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and Paramount movie studios discuss the joint 
creation of Moviefly— the first Internet-based 
downloadable movie rental system. 


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^ Musicians join together for several concerts, including The Concert 
for New York City, to pay tribute to the victims and raise money for 
recovery efforts after the September 1 1 terrorist attacks 

•t The music from the hit movie Brother, Where Art Thou? 
becomes country music's top-seller for 2001 and receives 
a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year. 




+ Neil Young's song "Let's Roll" 
celebrates the spirit of the 
passengers who overtook 
hijackers on Flight 93 in 
Pennsylvania on September 1 1 . 

<- Colombian music sensation Shakira 
brings her high-energy Latin pop to 
the U.S. with her first English-language 
album, Laundry Service 

+ To benefit AIDS research arid 
September 1 1 relief eft 
Bono recrtnts mostcrarrs to record 
Marvin Gaye's "What's Goin 
Participating artists include Nelly 
Furtado. Fred Durst. Gwen S ! 
Moby and many • 

-> Modern rock group Incubus 
storms onto the music scene 
with the release of the v. 
acclaimed album Morning 



1 s Irish rock group U2's Elevation 
Tour is the top-grossing tour of 
the year, earning U2 the title of 
Band of the Year from both Spin 
and Rolling Stone magazines. 

•i- Fatboy Slim wins six MTV Video 
Music Awards for his video for the 
song "Weapon of Choice," featuring 
a dancing Christopher Walken. 

BalrJwm/AP/Wide World Pnotos 

1" Alicia Keys wins two American 
Music Awards for Favorite New 
Artist in both the Pop/Rock and 
the Soul/R&B categories for her 
debut release Songs in A Minor. 

^ Country singer Tim McGraw wins 
five Billboard Music Awards, 
including Country Album of the 
Year for Greatest Hits. 

1" Legendary Beatles' guitarist George 
Harrison, the so-called "Quiet Beatle," 
dies after a three-year battle with cancer. 

4- Rock bands like POD. use their faith to 
help bring the Christian rock/pop music 
message into the mainstream music scene 

1" Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes 
Borland leaves the band to 
pursue his own musical career. 


Australian female string quartet 
Bond reaches the top of the U.S. 
classical album charts— despite 
being blacklisted from the U.K. 
chart for sounding too similar 

to pop music. 

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<- The 14-point underdog New 
England Patriots shock NFL viewers 
by kicking a dramatic last-second 
field goal to upset the St. Louis 
Rams 20-17 in Super Bowl XXXVI. I 

-> Michael Jordan, 38, returns to the 
• NBA with the Washington Wizards. 
| Jordan fills arenas nationwide and 
| propels the previously doormat 

Wizards to instant respectability 

with an over-500 record. 

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■b Swedish golf superstar Annika 
Sorenstam wins the 2001 money title, 
eight tournaments and Player of the 
Year, and sets over 30 LPGA records, 
including the all-time low score of 59. 


1" The Arizona Diamondbacks 

1 World 

<- San Francisco's Barry Bonds 
makes baseball history with 73 
home runs and an astounding 
slugging percentage of 
.863— both all-time records. 




1* After her team loses only five games * Snowboarders Dam 

all season, playoff MVP Lisa Leslie Ross Powers at- 

leads the Los Angeles Sparks over give the United 3 

the Charlotte Sting to win the 2001 meci 

WNBA Championship. Olymi 

<- In July. Dale Earnhardt Jr wins the -» In November. NASCAR 









^ Former Georgia high school 
homecoming queen Ashley Martin 
becomes the first female to score 
in Division 1 -AA college football 
by kicking three extra points for 
Jacksonville State. 

1" The Colorado Avalanche skate to 
victory in the 2001 NHL Finals 
against the New Jersey Devils, 
marking the first Stanley Cup win 
for 20-year veteran Ray Bourque 

e Hall of Famers Tony Gwynn. Mark McGwire and Cal Ripken Jr. 
all retire from maior league baseball at the end of the 2001 seas< 


-> America welcomes athletes from all over the 
world to Salt Lake City, Utah, to compete in 
the 2002 Winter OlymDics. 

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"T The NFL season begii 
tragic note when Minnesota 
Vikings tackle Korey Stringer 
collapses at practice 
and dies a day later from 
heatstroke complications. 


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Open final, tennis ace Venus Williams defeats 
/ounger sister Serena 6-2, 6-4 




<- An estimated 350 search-and-rescue 
dogs brave fire, dehydration, toxic 
fumes and rubble collapse as they 
comb the World Trade Center 
wreckage for survivors and victims. 

-> Terrorist mastermind Osama bin 
Laden tops the FBI's most wanted 
list for his role in the September 
11 terrorist attacks. 

<r Sarah Jane Olson, once known as 
Kathleen Soliah, is charged with 
domestic terrorism as a member 
of the Symbionese Liberation 
Army in the 1970s and sentenced 
to 20 years to life. 

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^ Hired as campus spokesmen for First 
USA Bank, New Jersey high school 
seniors Chris Barrett and Luke 
McCabe become the first students 
to finance their college educations 
through corporate sponsorship. 

-» Actress/singer 
Jennifer Lopez 
marries dancer/ 
Cris Judd 
in September. 

4- John Walker Lindh, a 20-year-old 
California native, becomes a prisoner 
of war after he is found in Afghanistan 
fighting for the Taliban forces. As a 
US. citizen, Walker may face charges 
of treason. 

This year as our sports were incredibly stong our fans supported them 
in every way possible. During the Super Bowl Pep Band tried its 
hardest to encourage our players. (Left) 

The seniors are leaving our high school having participated in every sport. 
The underclassman will have a tough act to follow. The seniors below were 
on the Cross Country team. (Below) 



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Seniors Sarah Krill, Maggie Doyle 
and Courtney Wagner smile for a 
picture. (Left) 

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Line Dancing 

Sophomores (left to right) Meghan 
Dickson, Ryan Reardon, Rufus Green, 
Emily Steingart, and Ben Stahl take 
five on on the bleachers. (Right) 

Faculty members Coach 
Hawker and Mrs. Nacewicz get 
down with the students during 
an ice. (Below) 

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Sophomores Nicole Sobel and Alex Brault may not be dancing, but they still 
showed us a move or two. (Above) 

Four girls show us how to line dance with some attitude. (Abo\ e) 

130 Student Life 

This group of students shows 
us their electric slide. (Right) 

phomores (left to right) Michael Hayes, Nick Mangliato, Joey Furnari, Jeffrey Hambro and 
iris McKenna take a minute to smile for the camera. (Below) 

;se students work the dance floor during their gym class. (Above) 

Mr. Linden proves to us that he can 
still bust a move with the best of 
them. (Above) 

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Seniors Kerry O'Malley, Susie Moore, 
Katve Flynn, Lizzie Grodd, Jody Boyle, 
and Cameron C'urran enjoy the pep rally 
before the big game. (Above) 

The red team in the pre-game 
warm up. (Above Right) 
A group of senior girls take a 
moment aside alter the big game 
to smile tor their picture. (Right) 

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Rachel Kaye, Julia Gofman, Jen King, Julia Heaton, Anne Seabury and Kelly 
Packard take a break after the game to enjoy the day. (Left) Catherine 
Landry, Amy Higgins, Kristen Paykowsk, Lynn Arthur and Katie Comptom 
smile for the camera. (Below) 

Lindsey Seefield, Liz Durfee, Cc 
practice their stance. (Below) 

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A group of senior girls huddle to 
prepare game plays before the 
game. (Above) 

The White team takes a break after 
the game to smile for the camera. 
Although they lost it was an 
amazing game. (Left) 

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This year our senior class put on Oklahoma. At first we thought 
that we were going to put on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but 
after many problems, we chose Oklahoma. Oklahoma is set in the 
Western Territory soon after the turn of the 20th century. The simple 
tale is concerened with whether the handsome cowboy or the menacing 
field hand will take Laurey to the box social. Our version of the classic 
play was a great success. We put in a lot of hard work and a great 
amount of time. 

Lizzie Grodd as 
Aunt Eller churns 
the butter. (Right) 
Dave Ernst as Curly 
and Chris Hicks as 
Jud sing a song 
together. (Lower 

The boys watch Jake Youmell as Will sing about his new 
love Ado- Annie. (Below) 

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Ado-Annie (Liz Brawders), 
Laurey (Jasmine Amegan), 
and Aunt Eller (Lizzie 
Grodd) look at Ali 
Hakim's (James Martin) 
goods. (Left) 

Student Life 135 

Kara Shypula and Lauren Heaton smile for the camera. (Above) 

Ryan Reardon, Rufus Green and Ben Stahl take a break from their intense 
baskt-tball game. (Above) 

Erik Jefferson, Jodi 
W eisser. Matt Beaudery 
and Bryan Methe relax 
after jumpin' in the 
bounce house. (Right) 

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Priscilla Wytrwal, Chelsea Riley, Lana Cotton, Maura 
Hall and Jodi Weisser smile. (Left) 

Bailly Mazur, Tiffany Ronen, Ryan Reardon, Megan Dickson, Ben Stahl, 
Rory O'Brien, and Eric Cromwell pose for a fun picture in the gym. (Below) 


Student Life 137 

Fruit Sale 

The Longmeadow High School 
music department comes together 
in the morning hours to help start 
off the fruit sale, which turned out 
to be a great success. (Right) 

The boxes of fruit covered the entire 
stage. (Below) 



Ashley Bistran, Kerry Shea, Mike Klein , Susie Moore, and Amy Pasnick 

attempt to sell fruit on the side of the road. (Above) 

Despite the confusion of this bus\ da\ , the music department is still enja^M 
it. (Right) 

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Ian D. Basketball Tournament 

Formerly known as "Hoops for Heart", the first Ian D. 3 on 3 basketball tournament was held on 
March 12th and 13th. Students from all grades formed teams and were encouraged to ask sponsors 
for contributions that would benefit the Ian D. Wacks Scholarship Fund. The "Quite Courage 
Memorial Scholarship" honors a worthy student from Longmeadow High School each year as they 
embark on a new path. In doing so the fund pays tribute to Ian, a student from LHS Class of 2000 
who passed away in January of 2001, remembered for his optimistic outlook on life and the way he 
quietly helped others. 

Tyler Churchill, Katie Petroff, Shelly Broverman and Ali Anderson 
smile for a team picture after a great game. (Below) 

Ali Anderson prepares to pass the ball to her teammate. (Below) 


Katie Petroff can't decide which of her teammates to pass to. 

Emily Eaton prepares to shot 
the ball as Corey Rafter 
attempts to block the shot. 

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Junior-Senior Semi 

Collen Raffertv, Megan Henessey 
Emily Steele, Liz Crammer and 
Jessie Hanmer smile for a picture. 

Steve Viamari and Emily Eaton 
smile for picture together on the 
dance floor. (Far Right) 

Melissa Weiss and Pat Thompson 
dance. (Below) 

Tommy Median shows |ust how lucky he is to he surrounded by Lindsay 
I eldman and Amy Ross. (Above) 

George Ferrel, Kate Holden and 
recent graduate Chris Smith take a 
break from dancing to smile for the 
camera. (Right) 

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Andrea Merrill, Lisa Hoff, Katie 
Perrakis, Ilona Leyderer and Amy 
Chernock smile for a picture 
together. (Left) 

Joe Mante, Lindsey Feldman, Lizzie 
Grodd, Melissa Weiss and Eric 
Polep take a break from the dance 
floor to catch their breath. (Below) 

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;roup of senior girls smile for the camera during the dance. (Above) 

;roup of senior boys take a break from their dates to smile for the camera. (Above) 

n Coughlin, Susie Moore, Ashley Bistran, Robby Wait, Kate O'Rourke and Teddy Reinheimer 
ture the night by posing for a picture. (Above) 

Annie Durfee and Matt Adams 
smile for a picture together. (Above) 

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"If you ask me 

what I came to do 

in this world, 

I, an artist, 

I will answer you: 

7 am here to live out loud. 


-Emile Zola 

Wind Ensemble 

Flute: Naomi Berezin, Anna Chin, Megan Wilson, Alex Smith, Christina Lee. Oboe: Julia Capurso, Elizabeth Berger. Bassoon: Kent Graham. 
Rachel Doulliard Proulx. Clarinet: Laura Whitehouse, William Lee, Liz Welch, Kendall Hedges, Katie Kranz, Liz Plummer, Jennifer Jackson. Bass 
Clarinet: Matt Benoit. Alto Saxophone: Jake Shore-Suslovvitz, Anna Calvanese, Jennifer Gallucci, Julia Ballis. Tenor Saxophone: Erin Rilev, 
Rebecca Gauthier. Baritone Saxophone: Joshua Shnider. String Bass: Lee Weiss. Trumpet: Ryan Foss, Ryan Coughlin, Lisa Braun, Ann- Paysnick, 
Jeff McCormick, Ashley Bistran. Euphonium: David Jangravv. Trombone: Liza White, Susie Moore, Matt Sullivan. Bass Trombone: Dan Shapiro. 
Tuba: Zach Nadler, Steve Spinelli. Percussion: Mike Klein, Sari Linson, Jim Sullivan, John Whang, Erica White. French Horn: Sarah Krill, Jenn 
Hoff, Sarah Micley, Leigh Urbschat. 

Dan Shapiro look^ over at the other 
people warming up in the band 
room, wondering if he should do 
the same. Looking to see what 
songs the other groups are playing 
seems to be more interesting to him 
at the time. (Right) 



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before going 

Mike Klein, and Erica White are 
be practicing in the band room 
on stage. (Above) 

Susie Moore 

This year has been amazing for the forty- 
seven member select ensemble. After performing 
three pieces at the Winter Concert, the group set ol I 
to find one more piece to add the the two they 
already performed. Keeping "Ballo" and "Incantion 
and Dance," they chose a third, "Fegtivo," and these 
are to be performed at Carnegie Hall. On March 
twenty-eighth, the Wind Ensemble will play for four 
judges as one of the few select ensembles chosen to 
play for the National Band Festival. Mr. Michael 
Mucci, the conductor of the group is excited for the 
performance, as it will not be his first time conduct- 
ing at ( arnegie, but with a different group. Fach 
member hopes to do well, and looks forward to a 
weekend in NYC. As for the Major Works Concert, 
they will begin to search tor ivpetoir shortly after the 
trip to Carnegie. It has been an extremelv promising 
year, which makes the future look bright for the \\ mil 

Julia Capurso stands after perform- 
ing a beautiful solo during the 
Winter Concert. (Above) 

Josh Shnider plays his saxophone 
while helping Lee Weiss with his 
bass before the start of the concert. 

144 Fine Arts 

Symphony Orchestra 

Violin 1: Melinda Tang, Nicole Sobel, Julie Kim, Ramona Frei, Andrea Merrill, David Ernst, Jason Hwang, Cameron Leroy, Concetta Duncan, 
Elizabeth Cramer, Elizabeth Croll, Janet Kung. Violin 2: Anne Lin, Patricia Lin, Lydia Leclair, Colleen Perry, Huong Nguyen, Andrew Slasinski, 
Kathleen Murphy, Emily Rosch, Alison Quinn, Elizabeth Daigneault, Lisa Hoff, Maxine Squires, Derek Gyllenhammer, Caitlyn Sullivan, Nicole 
Covalli. Viola: Isaac Kim, Julia Bienkowski, Katie Manzi, Scott Rousse, Tom Koenigs, Adam Janes, Matthew Selbovitz, Mark Nam, Andrew Cope, 
Eric Weiss. Cello: Abram Thau, Kat Art, Rachel Kim, Maria Koenigs, Jennifer Hoff, Mike McKay, Becky Peskin, Matt Bertuzzi, Heidi 
Tannenbaum. Bass: Lee Weiss, Brad Kucab, Joe Casper, Erich Roberts, Alex Fontaine. Flute: Naomi Berezin, Anna Chin. Oboe: Julia Capurso. 
Clarinet: Laura Whitehouse, Will Lee. Bass Clarinet: Matt Benoit. Bassoon: Kent Graham. Trumpet: Ryan Foss, Ryan Coughlin, Lisa Braun. 
French Horn: Sarah Krill, Sarah Micley, Leigh Urbschat, Justine Therrien. Trombone: Susie Moore, Matt Sullivan, Dan Shapiro. Tuba: Zach 
Nadler. Timpani: Nat Brown. Percussion: Mike Klein, Sari Linson, James Sullivan, John Whang, Erica White. Piano: Steve Spinelli. 

Jennifer Hoff 
watches Mr. 
Mucci as he 
conducts the 
group and gives 
them further 
directions. (Left) 

Freshman Rachel Kim smiles as she looks 
at a special someone in the audience 
during the Winter Concert. (Above) 

Junior Concetta Duncan gazes at 
the audience after a great 
performance with a smile. 
(Above) L ^, 

Jason Hwang examines the floor before playing 
in the Winter Concert. His large shadow is 
outlined behind him and gives him the appear- 
ance of a very serious musician. (Abow) 

Seniors Lee Weiss and Brad Kucab 
review their music, which is about 
to be played in the concert, to avoid 
making any mistakes. (Above) 

Alison Quinn & Kerry Shea 

Orchestra had a great start to 
this school year. The Winter Concert 
was very successful. For the first time 
the Symphony Orchestra took part in the 
Pop's Concert, playing a compilation of 
songs from Gladiator. The piece was 
.very moving and was enjoyed by an 
"'eager audience. The Major Works 
Concert was also a great concert for the 
group. Hard work and dedication paid 

Fine Arts 145 


In Alphabetical Order: Hillary Allen, Jasmine Amegan, Katrina Art, Brandon Bayman, Naomi Berezin, Matthew Bemadis, Sean Boutin, 1 i// 
Brawders, Francesca Buscemi, Carly Chase, Francesco Daniele, Jason Dunn, David Ernst, Beth Gordon, Heather Gray, Adam Haselkorn, Chris 
Hicks, Russell Hill, Troy Hill, Gaby Israel, Rachel Jackowitz, David Jangraw, Katie Manzi, James Martin, Clark McCarthy-Miller, Beckv 
Michael, Ryan Mullen, Jim Pacella, Rachel Parzivand, Courtney Pearson, Janet Pholi, Colleen Rafferty, Andrew Ratner, Scott Rousse, Kerry 
Shea, Jim Sullivan, Matt Sullivan, Jono Viamari, Erica White, Liza White, Jake Youmell 

Brandon Baymon stands proud 
and tall to wear his Lyrics robe 
for the first time at the Winter 
Concert. (Right) 

The group stands together in mixed 
formation with their eyes set upon 
Mr. Thomson. (Above) 

This vear, the membership of I vrics 

has changed because of the loss of 

many seniors in the graduating class 

last year. The Fourtv-one member 

ensemble performs a variety of 

music, but mainly focuses on 

classical music. A piece entitled 

"Chichester Psalms" was performed 

at the Winter Conceit, and at the 

Pop's the\ performed a version of 

Queen's, "Bohemian Rhapsody." For 

the Major Works Concert, the group 

performed Pizzettis, "Messa Di 

Requiem." This took a lot of practice 

and long, late night rehearsals. 

L\ rics as well as other groups from 

around the state competed in the 

V1ICCA competition in April of 2002. 

I "his > car, rather than going to Italy 

Lyrics traveled north to Quebec City. ., ,, . , . .. . 

„ ". , , ' others around her try to keen a straight and 

to perlonn with other ensembles • r - ° 

from Connecticut Lyrics has had a senous face tor tho audience. (Above) 

very products e year with the help of 

conductor Peter Thomson and 

pianist Abby Thomson. \ 


Jim Pacella, Chris Hicks, Matt 
Sullivan, Hillary Allen and Liza 
White art- busy performing in front 
of an audience so large the line of 
people flows out the door. (Left) 

Katie Man/i, Clark McCarthy- Miller, 
Ryan Mullen, Francesco Daniele, Km us 
Martin anil Chris Hicks enjo\ some 
down tune before trie concert (Right) 

146 Fine Arts 


I Cantori 

In Alphabetical Order: Jasmine Amegan, Lizz Brawders, Jason Dunn, Dave Ernst, Heather Gray, Adam 
Haselkorn, David Jangraw, Janet Pohli, Colleen Rafferty, Scott Rousse, Kerry Shea, Jim Sullivan, and Ja 

Dave Jangraw and Lizz 
Brawders carefully watch 
their step and try not to fall 
as they exit the stage afer 
their performance. (Right) 

Janet Pohli and Jake Youmell exit the 
auditorium after their first performance of 
the 2001-2002 concert season. (Below; 

Adam Haselkorn and Kerry Shea prepare 
to sing their next piece. (Below) 

The fourteen-member ensemble lias grown to become a 
full year commitment, with rehearsals every Tuesday 
from Seven-thirty until nine at night. This is the 
second year that this group has worked like this. In the 
past I Cantori met three times before the Winter 
Concert, and only performed at that one concert. Now 
the group performs at The Winter, Pop's and Spring 
Concert. The group performs jazz and madrigal music. 
At the Winter Concert the group performed a piece 
with a guest performer, Amos Shemish, on the Spanish 
guitar. The crowd was brought back to the past years 
of Disney World vacations, when the group performed 
"Zip-A-Di-Do-Da." David Jangraw, a member of the 
vgroup, also made a contribution, by arranging a piece 
for the Spring Concert, called "Hit the Road Jack." The 
ensemble also performed an acappella version of the 
jazz hit, "It Don't Mean A Thing." Being the most 
selective group in the school, tfyouts are held every 
year for Lyrics members, each student must show 
commitment and dedication to the music. 

Fine Arts 147 

La Cappella 

Enthusiastic La 
Cappella members clap 
to the beat during 
"Kenya Melodies," at 
the Fall Concert. (Left) 


Leigh Urbschat, Ashley Lewis, Kelly 
Rowe, Linda Davidovv, Sarah Petroff, 
Katve Flynn and Katy McKee show off 
their singing skills and smile to an 
adoring audience. (Above) 


Members of La Cappella watch closely as M iiij j flfo li 
during the Fall Concert. (Above) 

148 I me Arts 

n conducts them 

A group of La Capella 
members concentrate on 
singing well. (Right) 

Members of La Cappella include: Jamie Berg, Rachel Berg, Sarah 
Betley, Shelley Broverman, Tracey Brown, Lauren Burns, Anna Chin, 
Liz Cohen, Jessica Collamore, Elizabeth Croll, Janet Davidow, Megan 
Doney, Ann Durfee, Marie Durfee, Liz Durfee, Christy Eldridge, 
Vicki Ellis, Ebonee Emanuel, Lindsay Feldman, Katye Flynn, Kristie I 
Gandelli, Sara Goddard, Jessica Grimes, Alyssa Guevara, Galina 
Gurok, Lisa Haflich, Elizabeth Harris, Julia Heaton, Sarah Holmquist, 
Kim Howard, Linda Hwang, Rachel Kaye, lulie Kim, Soyoung Kim, 
Ivc-Nicole Labb, Brittany LaFountain, Caitlin Landry, Katy 
Lanouette, Rainey Leverett, Natalie Levine, Ashley Lewis, Marybeth 
Lowery, Molly Magowan, Alice Marshall, Kavlin Mayausk\, Bailley 
Ma/ur, Katy McKee, Cailtlin McQuade, Sarah Micley, Jessy Moulton, 
Lisa Mujalli, Kate Murphy, Catherine Meal, Kate O'Rourke, Chelsea 
Paar, Kelly Packard. Sarah Peck, Katie Petroff, Sarah Petroff, C aroling 
Picknallv, Kathleen Plummer, Alison Quinn, Erin Randall, Zoe 
Rasmussen, Xenia Romanenko, Lisa Rosenberg, \im Ross. kell\ 
Rowe, Mathilda Runstedt, Malorie Schwartz, Ansley Scudder. 
[ocelyn Scudder, Mary Beth Sculh , Anne Sea busy, Connie Sheehan, 
Melissa Sheeny, Jen Sherman. Tan) a Simmons, Alexandra Smith. 
Lindsay Stark, Megan Talbot, Natalie Thomas, Sarah Tivoli. I iltanv 
Tranghosc. Mary Tuohe\ . I eigh Urbschat, Liz Welch, less Wenig, 
Nikki Woodward, Courtney Zwirko 

Women's Chorus 

In Alphabetical Order: Carolyn Bagley, Jennifer Bellenoit, Elizabeth Berger, Julia Bienkowski, Nicole Cassista, Laura Chechette, Sarah 
Chechette, Sara Cohn, Catherine Drennan, Leann Gerlach, Jayme Gershen, Rosemary Giella, Shayna Gilman, Kelly Healy, Elise 
Heaton, Heather Ingalls, Caroline Keady, Madeleine Leigh, Danielle Loizzo, Alexandra Low, Samarrtha Marble, Kaitlin Martin, Nora 
Meserve, Shannon Murphy, Sara Packin, Jessica Parker, Mary Petroff, Margaret Porter,<Jenna Ross, Lauren Sheiper, Auden Schmitt, 
Farrel Simpson, Melissa Stern, Kyung Young Suh, Heather Sunter, Jamie Thomas, Emma Welch 

Emma Welch 
shows she' can 
work the crowd 
with her amazing 
voice and her 
sassy attitude. 

Women's Chorus members sing their 
little hearts out as well as being 
patriotic in their red and white outfits. 

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Jayme Gershen 
smiles while singing 
a small solo at the 
Fall Concert. (Left) 

Julia Bienkowski has the special 
talent to be the accompanist for the 
Fall Concert. (Above) 

Heathei Ingalls 
shows evervone 
who's boss with 
swing of hdr 
rtiger. (Right) 

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olo: Many Jason; Flute: Tina Chin, Adam Levy, Amanda Brown, Danielle Meth, Catherine Landry, Sarah Bergeron, Rachel Kim, 
lennifer Dikan, Sara Goddard, Megan Croteau; Oboe: Katelyn Bergeron, Geetha Mylvaganam, Shetty Keerthi; Clarinet: Nora Katz, Lindsey Fernald. 
Janet Pohli, Emily Ehrlich, Adam Gallucci, Eve Thau, Maggie Doyle, Richard Cook, Maddy Cohen-Shrage, Elizabeth Krill, Alison Fitzpatrick, Patricia 
O'Mallev, Lindsay Seefeld, Jillian Kos, Sara Packin, Allyson Moriarty, Alexandra Low, Nicole Varteresian, Katherine Gilbert, Elizabeth Chipkin; Ba^s 
Clarinet: George Ferrel, Andrew Schmidt, Daniel Morris; Alto Sax: Neal Dugre, Rebecca Compton, Sarah Gould, Sarah Jackson, Greg Tariff, Elvse 
Linson, Christoper Breen, Evan Souliere, Kaitlin Martin, Scott Sokol, Corey Vincent, Robert Amatruda, Peter Kadushin, David Gogel, Rachel Stern, 
Alison Anderson, Paige Doyle; Tenor, Sax: Heather Dobson, Amira Hasenbush, Yonatan Shemesh, Matthew Dimauro, Brian Klein, Andrew Dikan, Mark 
Diruzza, Ted Pratt; Bari Sax: Kathryn Schill; French Horn: Justine Therrien, Jana Parzivand; Trumpet: Gaby Israel, Lisa Shepard, Adam Jackowitz, Ryan 
O'Leary, Jphn Togneri, Mark Kuhn, Elizabeth Tredeau, Phillip Landry, Anna Lusardi, Greg Appleman, John Glynn, James Wu, Jeff Veysey, Sang-Jiri 
Nam, Fred Kapinos, Mic Nowak; Baritone: Katie Compton, Maria Koenings, Bill Maer; Trombone: Dan Sampson, Brett Johnson, Gordon Marsh, Drew 
Sheehan, Nick Paar, Pat O'Connor, Magda Nowak; Tuba: Christian Johansen, Matt O'Rourke; Timpani: Sara Wiseman; Percussion: Adam Berg, Matt 
Bertuzzi, Ali Fioretti, Jeff Harrelson, Erik Jefferso n, Matt Kranz, Molly Magowan, Ryan O'Connell, Courtney Pearson, Zachary Shiftman, Michael Sekoo 
Michelle Spivak, Jason Zilewicz 

Jana Parzivand and 
Justine Therrien, show 
their stuff at their first 
high school concert. 

Adam Lickowit/ 
and John rogneri 
blow their horns at 
the Fall C one ert. 

Robert Amatruda, C'orev \ iivent, and Scott 
Sokol look carefully at their music to not make 
any mistakes. 

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Soph more Jon Dikan, 
plavs her flute to her 
best abilitv, because 
\ on ne\er know 
when vovi will be 
caught on film 

Jazz Band 

Front Row (left to right): Lee Weiss, Erin Riley, Jake Shore-Suslowitz, Josh Sneider, Rebecca Gauthier, Anna Calvanese; Second 
Row: Doug Ratner, Erica White, Dan Shapiro, Susie Moore, Liza White, Zach Nadler; Top Row: John Huang, Matt Sullivan, Amy 
Paysnick, Ryan Coughlin, Ryan Foss, Leigh Urbschat, Ashley Bistran, Mike Klein and Jake Youmell 

The 2001-2002 Jazz Ensemble began the year with a 
wonderful performance at the Pop's Concert. They performed 
challenging pieces such as Nat Adderley's "Work Song" and 
David Caffey's "A Minor Excursion." They also performed 
two Duke Ellington pieces that featured senior Ryan Foss and 
junior Josh Shnider. This group consists of many talented 
musicians, including All State guitarist, freshman Doug 
Ratner. The Jazz Ensemble will end the year with the Spring 
Concert. It will be hard to loose so many wonderful 
graduating musicians in the ensemble. Hopefully next year 
will be as successful as this year. The music of the Jazz Band 
is enjoyed and applauded by the enthusiastic audience of the 
Longmeadow community. The concerts are so well attended \ 
that the fire department almost had to shut down the 
auditorium because the amount of people in the auditorium 
was a violation of the fire code. 

Erica White shows off her expertise on the 
vibraphone. (Below) 

Ashley Bistran and Amy Paysnick warm up on their 
trumpets before Jazz Rehearsal. (Above) 

Susie Moore practices her music before rehearsal. 

Jake You'rhel and Doug Ratner pose for the camera 
wirhtheir gujArs. (Above) 

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Men's Chorus 


In Alphabetical Order: Tripp Baker, Nicholas Barkett, Kristopher Barkett, Jeffery Beattie, Matthew 
Beaudry, Benjamin Brown, Deziel Besset,Thomas Cagialosi, Liam Carroll, Daniel Casey, Michael 
Consolini, Eric Cromwell, Thomas Delis, Douglas Duquette, Jonathan Fahy, Michael Foss, Michael 
Gallant, Tyler Griggs, Ross Gruet, Michael Haberman, Evan Hannay, Isaac Hausman, Michael Hyes, 
Jonathan Jordan, Jeffrey Kolonoski, Phillip Landry, Justin Leavens, Elliot Lyons, Harrison Machler, 
Adam Manzi, Michael McDonough, Stehen McGorry, Adam Mehl, Kyle Michael, Aaron Morse, 
Nathan Nadeau, Rory O'Brien, John Pappas, Jamon Rahn, Ben Reardon, Brent Renius, Anthony 
Santaniello, Jonathan Shaker, Brian Shea, Andrew Sheehan, Joshua Shnider, Chris Smith, Scott 
Sokol, Benjamin Sussman, Ian Waite, Andrew Warnock, daniel Webber, Khambrel Wilson 

Below: John Pappas looking very 
intently at the conductor during the 
Fall concert. 

Kerry Shea 

Men's Chorus has come a 
long way since years in the past. 
The group sounds very good with 
talented soloists showing off their 
mucial skills at every concert. At 
the Pop's Concert the guys had an 
excellent performance making 
songs of the Stone Temple Pilots 
and Eagle Eye Cherry. 

Left: Ross Gruet being a 
superb accumparust, 
showing off his guitar 
playing skills. 

Below: Deziel Besst/tt 
having a grand ole time 
sineina tor the fall concert 

Right: Phillip I andry as well as 
Other men's chorus members open 
thru mouths as wide as the) 

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Pep Band 

Above: Sarah Krill and Heidi Tannenbaum smile for 
the camera at one of this fall's Lancer footbaJl 
games. They are starting a new trend wearing their 
shirts over their heads to block the sun. 

Right: Freshmen Elise 
Linson, and Mary Bitzer 
congratulate their friend 
Kaitlin Martin for playing 
a good game, on this hot 
Thanksgiving Day game!! 

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Below: This Freshman looks intently 
at Ms music , to not make a mistake. 
We all hope he doesn't play when the 
cond uctor has told them to stop . 

Above: Juniors, Rachel Stern, Ashley Bistran, and 
Amy Paysnick are happy to end the football season 
with nice cool weather and a hot sunny day. 

Below: Freshman Michael Sekor gets ready 
to beat the drum yet another time because 
of the successful football team. 

Kerry Shea 

This year the Pep Band had a great 
playing season. Conductors Susie Moore and 
Erin Riley did the best they could to make 
the band sound great. With nice weather and 
the Lancer football team being so successful, 
it was a great year to be a member of the 
band. Throughout the games the audience 
could hear "Cheerleader Strut," because of 
the endless amount of touchdowns. The 
gigantic group was very enthusiastic and 
showed that they had a lot of school spirit 
and Pep!! 

Above: Steve Spinelli and Lisa 
Braun take a moment in between 
touchdowns to smile for the 
camera. The team scores so much, 
"Cheerleader Strut," has become 
quite redundant. 

Below: Gaby Israel strikes a pose for 
the camera and tries to get fellow 
trumpter John Togneri into the Pep 
Band spirit!! 

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The 2001 Lancer Football team had one of the most successful 
seasons ever, ending the season with a top 10 state ranking and a 10-1 record. 
The squad, led by Senior Captian Andrew Dikan, made their fifth consecutive 
Superbowl appearance, setting a state record. They were also the first team in 
LHS history to win the AA Conference going undefeated in regular season 
play. Outscoring opponents 467-110 over the entire season, the team's high- 
lights included a 36-18 home win over rival Central, and a 60-0 rout over 
Cathedral. Other key varsity players were Seniors Mike Bazos, Brian 
Hubbard, Dan McKenna, Chris Basile, Bryan Wright, Marcus Gaines, and 
Chris Nuzzo as well as Juniors Brett Holm and Jim Pacella. The Junior Varsity 
and Freshmen teams also had very successful seasons, going 19-1 combined. 
With many strong retunring players on both offense and defense, Lancer 
Football will be a strong tradition for years to come. 

Quarterback Dan McKenna 
looks for an open teammate. 

Senior Captain Andrew Dikan 
standing tall and proud. (Above) 

Junior center Jim Pacella hikes 
the ball to senoir quarterback 
Dan McKenna. (Right) 

The 2001 Longmeadow Lancer football 
team raises their helmets to salute the 
flag during our national anthem. (Right) 

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Front Row (Left to right): Jerry Rubinaccio, Brian Dean, Jason Weinstein, Dan Morris, Rob Shoen, Chris Basile, Desmond Mayes, Dave Singer, Andrew Dikan (captain), Mike 

Roche, Brian Harr, PJ Ryan, Brian Wright, Brian Hubbard, Brian Askin, Steve Leone, Ryan Foss 

Second Row: Vinny Sabetinijamie Shiftman, Jameson Humphres, Nate Nadeau, Nick Barkett, Jim Pacella, Joe Casper, Brett Holm, Dan Mckenna, Tom Meehan, Nat Brown, 

Mike Bazos, Vinny Peliggi, Paul Collins, Tanner Williams, Jay Stambowski, Marcus Gaines, Chris Nuzzo 

Third Row: Ryan Noonan (Asst. Coach), Matt Higgins, Tom Koenigs, Andrew Desmaris, Tom Donolly, Josh Gartman, Joe Fumari, Rob Knaus, Kyle Micheal, Seth 

Applemen, Ryan Coughlin, Richard Cook, Drew Micheal, MikeGrodsher, Pat Coffey 

Fourth Row: Coach Drummy, Erik Jefferson, Matt Russo, Jeff Kolonowski, Alex Latel, Eric Cromwell, Joel Humphres, Ryan Mullin, Matt Boldrey, Pat Hogan, John Jordan, 

Aaron Wilkins, Mike Macdonough, Randy Somerville, John Graveline, Corey Vincent, Trip Baker, Sean Guten, Alex Bitzer, Coach Crawford, Coach Rotsko, Coach St. 


Senior Mike Bazos relentlessly defends the line. (Above) 

Senior Brian Wright carries the ball, 
weaving through defenders for 
another long gain and Lancer first 
down. (Left) 

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Under the guidance of Coach Diaz and captains Mary 
Angelides, Kelly Cline, Kelly Packard and Jenna Fusaro, the LHS 
Cheerleading Team led an impressive season. Finishing first in their 
conference, the team won the honor of representing Western Mass. at 
the National Championship in Orlando, Florida. The team provided 
inspiration to the school and supported the other teams. Other key 
members were seniors Sarah Tivolli, Lizz Brwders and Mary Kate 
Blakeman who helped lead this exceptional squad. 

Senior captain Jenna Fusaro watches 
the game. (Right) 

Juniors Marissa Komak and Kristin 
Rufo cheer on the Lancers during 
the Superbowl. (Above) 

Seniors (from top left) Sarah Tivoli, 
Lizz Brawders, Mary Kate 
Blakeman, Kelly Cline, Jenna 
Fusaro, Kelly Packard, and Mary 
Angelides all gather together for a 
group shot. (Right) 

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Top Row (Left to right): Lancer mascot, Sarah Tivoli, Mary Kate 

Blakeman, Marissa Komack, Kaitlin Foley, Elizabeth Brawders, 

Lindsay King 

Middle Row: Megan Doney, Alicia Scher, Meredith Donald, Stacy 

Alexopolous, Lindsay Rufo 

Bottom Row: Jenna Fusaro, Kelly Packard, Mary Angeledies, Kelly 


Cheering on the home team are juniors (front row from left) Lindsay 
Rufo, Marissa Komack and (back row from left) Stacy Alexopolous, 
Lindsay King. (Above) 

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Drs Kristin Rufo and Marissa Komak support the Lancers with their 
Irs. (Above) 

Juniors Stacy Alexopolous smiles for the camara. (Above) 

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This year we had about 80 people who showed great 
determination and enthusiasm toward the season. The team 
placed 5th in our division under the guidance of Coach Sam 
Iturrono and Assistant Coaches Charlie Casartello and Donna 
Lyons. The team finished the season with a respectable record of 
7 and 7. Next year looks promising as many runners will be 
returning and with the help of such great leadership, the team 
will prove to be a threat in Western Mass once again. 

Senior Jackie Magliato sprints to the 
finish line. (Above) 

The race is on as Longmeadw girls 
cross country start off their race. 


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Longmeadow runners Ann Durfee 
Jackie Magliato and Alison 
Basdekis fight for position at the 
start of the race. (Right) 



Top Row: Coach Sam Iturrino, manager Rebecca Whiteford, Jon 
Golden, Matt Adams, Jon Hanmer, Luke Hayes, Adam Horowitz, Jon 
Rappaport, Mike Shvakhman, Mike Hayes, Nick Magliato, Sean 
Mckenna, Matt Retchin, Pat Thompson, Eric Polip, Coach Chalie 
Casertello, Coach Donna Lyons; Middle row: Jake Hausman, Dennis 
Berte, Nick Parr, Clark De Los Reyes, Joe White, Brent Renius, Matt 
Benoit, Darius Bessette, Seth Retchin, Ryan Salomone, Jon Glynn, 
Tim Gartska, Joe DiLuca, Danny Webber; Bottom row: Dave Belmont, 
Eric Bell, Matt Anctil, Brad Kucab, Matt Basdekas, John Goddard, 
John Vesey, Sean Tuohey, Brendan Wilson, Jeff Gerlach 

Top Row: Coach Charlie Casertello, Emily Nuzzo, manager Rebecca 
Whiteford, Nora Katz, Lucy Sheehan, Eileen Lynch, Bridget Dean, Anna 
Chin, Melissa Sunter, Julia Ishak, Emily Rosch, Allison Moriarty, Jodie 
Wiser, Jessie Hanmer, Shelly Broverman, Meghan Wilson, Coach Donna 
Lyons. Second Row: Emily Nuzo, Nikki Platzer, Ashley Talbot, Melissa 
Schroyer, Rachel Stern, Geetha Mylvaganam, Caitlin O'Leary, Liz 
Durfee, Marina Stein; Third Row: Lydia Laclaire, Coach Sam Iturrino, 
Katie Schill, Eve Labb, Amy White, Krista Hennemen, Sarah Petroff, 
Lauren O'Brien, Lindsey Seefeld; Bottom Row: captains Jacqui 
Magliato, Lizzie Grodd, Alison Basdekis 

Runners Brendan Wilson, Clark De Los Reyes and Joe Deluca set their pace. 

jaors Eve Labb, Amy White, Lizzie Grodd, Krista Hennemen, and Sarah 
feoff flex their muscles for the camera. (Above) 

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o ocm SOCCER 

By Greg Waryasz 

Led by the new coaching of Brent Dillard, the varsity set out with high goals. Junior captains 
Francesco Danielle, Jeff Harrelson, and senior captain Greg Waryasz along with seniors Jeff McCormick, 
Aaron Morse, Ellis Reavey, and Bevan Weissman used their leadership qualities to lead a team comprised 
mostly of juniors and sophomores. Strong defense and sophomore goalie Mike Kerstein recorded 4 
shutouts while yielding only 24 goals in 15 games. The varsity finished with a 4-7-4 record and always 
stepped up to the competition. The Lancers tied playoff teams Cathedral and Chicopee, while beating 
Amherst and West Springfield. The team showed signsof brilliance for years to come with 14 underclass- 
men, 10 of who started many games. Although the team goal of a championship season was not met, the 
team bonded and will share life long experiences. 

Captain's Quote 

Greg Waryasz : "You win some, you lose some. It's a problem when you accept losing. Our team accepted 

nothing less than victory. We learned a lot about the game we love and we have wonderful memories. We 

left a lot of sweat and blood on the field. I'm proud to be the captain of such a hard working bunch of 


Junior Steve Viamari focuses in on 
clearing the ball out of the defensive 
end. (Right) 

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Sophomore Luke Consolini gets up for 
the header with authority. (Above) 

The Three Captians Jeff Harrelson, 
Francesco Daniele, and Greg Waryasz 
get together to discuss strategy. (Right) 

Junior Dan Zwirko and Senior 
Bevan Weissman stare down the 
competition and wait to receive the 
ball. (Right) 

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First Row (top): Dan Zwirko, Aaron Morse, Ellis Reavey, Dan Whipple, 
Jeff McCormick, Coach Dillard. 

Second Row (middle): Eric Walbridge, Eric Roberts, Steve Rafter, Luke 
Consolini, Frank D'Agostino, Ryan Murphy, Mike Kirstein. 
Third Row (bottom): Ben Reardon, Greg Waryasz, Jeff Harrelson, 
Francesco Daniele, Steve Viamari, Bevan Weissman 

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First Row (top): Kevin Robinson, Andrew Wernick, Nate Olszewski, 
Clark McCarthy-Miller, Mike Tremble, Coach Flecher. 
Second Row (middle): Anthony Gauthier, John Reavey, Mike Jangle, 
Andrew Sklar, John Togneri, Tommy Williamson, Dan Bernstein. 
Third Row (bottom): Yoni Shemesh, Jeff Hambro, Rory O'Brien, 
Giancarlo D'Agostino, Bobby Sullivan, Joe Neil. 

Junior Dan Whipple races to cut off his opponent as he makes his vva\ 
towards the goal. 

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The Womens' Soccer team had a wonderful season, beating some 
very tough opponents. With the help of Coach Russatto and Coach Butler, 
the team went on the Western Mass. tournament. The team finished the 
season with an impressive record of 9-7-1. Key senior players included 
seniors Kerry O'Malley, Courtney Wagner, Katie Neil, Jodie Boyle, Erin 
Riley, Jessica Gibby, Katie Flynn and Anna Lusardi, who all provided 
leadership on and off the field. The future for the team looks bright as 
many excellent juniors and sophomores will take over the team in the 
coming years. Congratulations on a successful season. 

Sophomore Jen Sherman throws 
the ball back into play. (Right) 

Margaret Roche dribbles down the 
field towards the goal. (Above) 

The JV team gets together for a 
pre-game pep talk. (Right) 

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Top Row: C. Russotto, K. Butler, K. Petroff, A. Bistran, K. McGorry 
Middle: A. Anderson, M. Dickson, B. Soja, M. Lenke, B. Mazur, M. 
Wagner, C. Zirko 

Bottom Row: E. Riley, A. Lusardi, C. Wagner, K. Neil, K. O'Malley, J. 
Gibby, J. Boyle, K. Flynn 

Junior Varsity 

Top Row: E. Croll, E. Bensche, K. Ryan, K. Martin, C. Casaceli 
Middle Row: J. Sherman, K. Somers, C. Joyce, B. Gauthier, M. 
Ahrens, D. Loizzo 

Bottom Row: J. Scudder, A. Scudder, J. Hoff, K. Howard, K. Shypula, 
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liior Erin Riley sits atop the crossbar before the game. (Above) 

Kat Somers fires a shot at the opponents' goal. (Above) 

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This year both junior varsity and varsity field 
hockey had wonderfully successful seasons. The junior 
varsity team, lead by captains Tiffany Ronen and Emily 
Steingart, ended up with a winning season. The varsity 
team did the same. With five freshmen on the team, and 
only 7 returning starters, this team came a long way. Lead 
by coach Ann Simons, a coachof over twenty years, and 
captains Sarah Krill and Kate Holden the teamfinished 
with an 11-4-3 record. After an intense rivalry for the 
league title, the lady lancers brought it home. The 

Senior Captains Sarah Krill and Kate 
Holden pose for the camera. (Right) 

Junior Colleen Rafferty skillfully 
gets by her defender on her way to 
score the winning goal. (Above) 

Seniors (from left) Sarah Krill, Sa- 
rah Derby, Kate Holden, and Tara 
Bagge strike a pose after winning 
their game. (Right) 

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Senior Kate Holden drives the ball 
down the field towards her team mate. 


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Sarah Derby, Tara Bagge, Kate Holden, Emily Steele 

Second Row (Middle): Elyse Linson, Caroline Meehan, Tori Holden, 

Margaret Carpenter, Kendall Hedges, Katie Manzi 

Third Row (Top): Lisa Hoff, Meg Andrews, Maria Koenigs, Meg 

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Anna Calvanese 

Second Row (Middle): Katie Kranz, Ally Fioretti, Nicole Duncan, 

Mary Petroff, Jenny Galucci 

Third Row (Top): Jessy Viamari, Caroline Bagley, Paige Doyle, Patty 

O'Malley, Alison Green, Catherine Drennan (missing Coach Laurie 


Senior Sarah Krill sweeps the ball out of the defensive end and up towards her 
offensive team mates. (Above) 


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This season both junior varsity and varsity volleyball 
teams had wonderfully successful seasons. Varsity, lead by 
Coach Rita Hawker and senior captains Katie Comptain, Susie 
Moore, and Meg Talbot finished with a winning record. Varsity 
made it to the western Massachusetts tournament, as well as 
efeating the previously undefeated Putnum high school team, 
e varsity athletes came together to form a very powerful 
group full of enthusiasm, positivity, relentless offense, and strong 
defense. This years junior varsity team was full of promise and 
potential for the seasons to come. 

Varsity Senior Kristen Pakowski 

bumps the ball to her teammate, 

Senior Tenney Carpenter and Junior 
Janet Pohli prepare for the next play. 

Senior captains, (from left) Susie 
Moore, Katie Compton, and Meg 
Talbot have a pre-game chat. (Right) 

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Junior Varsity players Brooke 
Talbot, Ferrel Simpson, and 
Mary Bitzer intensely watch the 
play on the other side of the 
court. (Right) 

First Row (Bottom): Catherine Landry, Susie Moore, Meg Talbot, 

Katie Compton, Lindsey Fernald 

Second Row (Middle): Yuki Otani, Tenney Carpenter, Megan 

Dannahey, Liz Kramer 

Back Row (Top): Kristen Pakowski, Janet Pohli, Marybeth Cadieux, 

Karen LaRoche, Coach Hawker 




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Churchill, Diana Gitland, Ashley Jones 

Second Row (Top): Kelly Healy, Heather Dobson, Ferrel Simpson, 
Mary Bitzer, Kaitlin O'Rourke, Brooke Talbot, Coach Kelly 

Junior Liz Kramer bumps the ball in a pre-game warm up (Above). 


ISenior captains Katie Compton and Meg Talbot defend a spike (Above). 

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The Lancer Golf Team's season was full of success. Lead by captain 
Derek Hurwitch and Coach Roy, the team finished with a 12-8 record. The 
team was full of talented, enthusiastic athletes making for a very positive 
experience. All members, through a lot of hardwork, qualified to compete in 
the Western Massachusetts Tournament. Derek Hurwitch was also selected 
as an All-Scholastic golfer by the Sunday Republican. The team improved 
greatly from last season, and the momentum should continue through next 
year. Despite the loss of many talented seniors, including George Ferrel, 
Afsheen Khosrojerdi, Andrew Sherman, Steve McGorry, and Derek 
Hurwitch, next year's team outlook is nothing but positive. 

Seniors Max Saffer and Steve 
McGorry pose for a shot together. 

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Seniors Derek Hurwich, Steve 
McGorry, George Ferrel, Andrew 
Sherman, Afsheen Khosrojerdi and 
Max Saffer pose for the camara. 

Coach Roy cheers the team on as they warm up. (Abo\ e) 


First Row (from left): James Fortsch, Robert Flynn, Jason Kenyan, Rob 
Henley, C.J. Denmark, Collin Young 

Back Row: George Ferrel, Derek Hurwitch,Ben Stuhl, Steve McGorry, 
Andrew Sherman, Afsheen Khosrojerdi, Max Saffer, Coach Roy 

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lior Derek Hurwitch shows off his great golf skills. (Above) 

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This year's varsity Lancer basketball team was full of success, talent, 
and hardwork. Lead by captain and powerhouse John Williams, the team 
ended with a 14-8 record. The strong point of the team was the relentless 
offense lead by John Williams and Ariel Weekes. Along with such a 
powerful offense was an unstoppable defense. George Ferrel, Andrew 
Fortune and Matt Russo lead the defense. Another highlight of the season 
was John Williams exceeding the 1,000 point mark. In tournament play, the 
team made it to the semi-final game against Pittsfield. It was a very 
competitive game, yet unfortunately the Lancers lost by only 1 point with a 
few secongs remaining. Despite the loss of much talent and enthusiasm from 
the graduating seniors, the Lancers will carry the positive momentum 
through next season. 

Senior John Williams leaps in the 
air for a three pointer shot. (Right) 

Travis Sober goes for the layup. 

Senior Ariel Weekes runs through the 
banner as the crown goes wild for the 
first home game. Go Lancers! (Right) 

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Destephano, Dan Whipple, Mike Shavakman, Evan Hannay, Matt 
Russo, Ben Swasey, Rufus Green, Head Coach Hussan Robinson 
Bottom Row: George Ferrel, Joey Chatman, Andrew Fortune, John 
Williams, Sam Katz, Ariel Weekes, Dan McKenna, Nick Delis 

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layup to win the game. (Above) 

liors Andrew Fortune and Ariel Weekes jump for the rebound, 

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The Girls' Varsity Basketball Team was lead by co-captains Brittney 
Rothweiler and Jody Boyle. The year had many ups and downs, but 
overall was remembered for its many successes. Senior Brittney Rothweiler 
exceeded the 1,000 point marker during the middle of the season, through 
her amazing three point shot and talented ball handling skills. One of the 
highlights of the season was the team's close win over rival, Cathedral high 
school. However, in the semi-final game for the Western Massachusetts 
title, the lady Lancers lost to Cathedral. The team finished with a 14-8 
record. Despite the losses of powerhouse Brittney Rothweiler, Jody Boyle, 
and many others, including Katie Neil Lisa Shephard and Maggie Doyle, 
the team's outlook is very positive for next season. 

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court to catch a pass. (Right) | 

Sophomore Kay MacEvoy passes 
the ball to her teammate. (Above) 

Maggies Doyle, Courtney Zwirko, 
Bailey Mazur, Katie Toye, Marybeth 
Scully, Lisa Shephard, Katie Petroff and 
Katie Neil all take a break from playing 
and watch the action. (Right) 

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First Row (from left): Lisa Shephard, Jodie Boyle, Brittney 

Rothweiler, Katie Neil, Maggie Doyle 

Middle Row: Bailey Mazur, Courtney Zwirko, Mia Rothweiler, Katie 


Back Row: Coach Roy, Lauren Young, Marybeth Cadieux, Katie 

Toye, Marybeth Scully, Coach Paterson 

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First Row (from left): Christine Casacelli, Kaolin Macevay, Megan 


Middle Row: Ally Smith, Mary Tuohey, Kaitlin Martin, Jen Sherman 

Back row: Trainer Pete Krasor, Mary Bitzer, Vicki Sabetinni, Lauren 

Heaton, Merideth Ulrich, Coach Kinnie 

Senior captain Jody Boyle dribbles the ball down the court. (Above) 

I'homore Courtney Zwirko looks for the open teammate to pass to. (Left) 

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This year we had a very intersting season. The snow failed to 
fall this year, making our practices and races very challenging. 
Despite this, we as a team practiced hard and skied our best. Our 
team captains Courtney Wagner, Tommy Meehan, and Tanner 
Williams were supportive and encouraging. The boys and girls 
teams worked very hard and were both successful, which is shown in 
the girls team making it all the way to second place in Western Mass. 
This year we were lucky enough to be joined by many new skiers, 
making our team near 40 racers. Overall, this year we improved our 
racing skills and made friendships with many new underclassman. 
Despite the long bus rides, late nights and little to no snow, we did 
our best and had a great time, for racing is a thrill of excitment. 

Junior Simon Prefontaine heads 
to the next gate with a look of 
determination. (Right) 

Sophmore Mike Hayes flies across 
the mountain hoping to be the 
fastest down. (Above) 

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Ski Team 

Front Row (Left to right): Mike Hayes 

Second Row: Marie Durfee, Liz Durfee, Shannon Birtwell, Lindsey 

Feldman, Courtney Wagner, Bethany Peck 

Third Row: Rob Henley, Justin Leavens, Molly Wagner, Tommy 

Meehan, John Goddard, Jenna Ross, Jessica Parker, Caroline Meehan, 

Annie Durfee, Allison Burke, Simon Prefontaine 

Fourth Row: Jay Zilowez, John Glenn, Charlie Homes, Heather 

Dobson, Tanner Williams, Matt Benoit, Tom Anthony 

Seniors Courtney Wagner, Marie Durfee, Shannon Birtwell, and 
Bethany Peck enjoy a moment in the sun during Western Mass. 
Individuals. (Above) 

ior Tommy Meehan looks on to the next gate with the hope of crossing 
finish line first. (Above) 

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Sparked by seniors Dan Galuska, Matt Galuska, 
and Andrew Schmidt and with the spirit of juniors like 
Steve Spinelli, the Lancer swimmers competed 
spiritedly and captured the Western Massachusetts title 
and were competitive at the state championship. 

Senior Matt Galuska takes a 
breath during the 100 yard 
breast stroke. (Right) 

Senior Womens' team captains Kate 
Holden and Chelsea Paar. (Above) 

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Dan Galuska and Matt Galuska 
pose for the camara. (Right) 

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Junior Steve Spinelli takes a big 
breath as he races for first place 

Boys' Swimming 

First Row: M. Galuska, D. Galuska, A. Schmidt 

Middle Row: J. Wu, E. Krach, R. Hill, N. Olszewski 

Last Row: L. Consolini, A. Lattell, S. Spinelli, M. Bertuzi, A. Faruqi 


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Sophomore Russel Hill takes a look at his opponent in the next lane. 


Sophomore Matt Bertuzzi takes a long breath during the 500 yard freestyle. 

Iphomore Alex Lattell speeds through the water. (Left) 

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The womens' swim team ended its season strongly with an 
excellent record of 11-1. Unlike last year, we had three captains, Kate 
Holden, Natalie Levine and Chelsea Paar. Desire, dedication and pride 
are all responsible for the improvement our team made for season. All 
of the swimmers shaved seconds off their best times. Teamwork 
helped the team defeat Northampton. The team's hardwork and 
dedication was evident in their last meet of the season against East 
Longmeadow. Losing by only one point was unfortunate, but proved 
that the girls really stepped up and did their best. Eleven girls were 
sent to the Western Mass. championship and they came home with 
third place. Senior Marie Hemmelgarn and sophomore Laura Marinelli 
helped the team out with many difficult dives. 

Senior Captains Kate Holden and 
Chelsea Paar pose for the camera. 

Sophomore Laura Bedard takes the 
lead in the 100 yard breaststroke. 

Junior Nikki Woodward races to 
the finish in the 200 vard freestyle. 

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breast stroke. (Left) 

Senior Sarah Bergeron swims the freestyle in the medley relay. (Above) 

Sophomore Anna Calvanes races to the finish in her 100 yard butterfly race. 

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Jk wrestling 

This year's wrestling season was wonderfully successful. The 
team finished with a 12-4 record, one of the best records in recent history. 
The season was full of hardwork, dedication and determination. Lead by 
senior captains Ryan Foss, Dan Shapiro, Chris Hicks and Chris Basile, the 
team was full of potential and enthusiasm. Seniors Ryan Foss and Dan 
Shapiro won the Western Mass Championship for their weight classes, 
also placing among the top five in States. Chris Basile also placed in the 
top five at the State Tournament. Despite the loss of many seniors, next 
year's team looks full of talent and success. 

Senior Chris Nuzzo sets his 
opponent up for a pin. (Right) 

Senior Chris Basile slowly defeats 
his opponent. (Above) 

Senior captain Dan Shapiro 
dominates in his match. (Right) 

Seniors Chris Basile, Joe Somers, Chris 
Hicks, Chris Nuzzo, Ryan Foss, Mike 
Bazos, John Veysey and Dan Shapiro 
pose for the camara. (Right) 

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Front Row (from left): Ryan Murphy, Matt Dimauro, Ryan Foss, Chris 
Hicks, Dan Shapiro, Jamie Schiffman, Chris Nuzzo, John Veysey 
Middle Row: Sean Skipton, Joe Somers, John Deluca, Steve Viamari, 
Aerik Mansfield, Tyler Griggs, Mike Foss, Chris Basile, Mike Bazos 
Top Row: Assistant Coach, Pat Blakeman, Pete Kadushin, Chris 
McKenna, Sean McKenna, Ryan Gravlin, Mike Consilini, Joe Deluca, 
Eric Weiss, Alberto Rubinaccio, Matt Webber, Head Coach Alex 

Senior captains Chris Hicks, Ryan Foss and Dan Shapiro smile for the 
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aptain Dan Shapiro takes hold of his opponent. (Above) 

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This was a season of almosts. Second place in the Berry Division, 
1 point behind Westfield and a semi-final loss to Ludlow. The regular 
season included only one loss to a Division 3 team, and three ties. The 
highlights of the season were a 2-0 victory over Westfield, Division and 
Western Massachusetts Champions, and two close games against 
Cathedral. As a the team, the Lancers were unified and deep in talent. 
The strong goaltending play of Darren Duke was complemented by one of 
the best defensive groups in Lancer history, including Stefan Ayotte, Kent 
Graham, Vinny Santaniello, and captain Greg Waryasz. The offensive 
threat was provided by captain Jeff Beattie and Joey Furnari. The team 
allowed a league and Western Massachusetts low of 28 goals in 21 games. 
This year's team, though just short of a championship title was full of 
positivity and memorable moments. 

Stefan Ayotte looks to 
make a pass. (Right) 

The Lancers race to win the loose 
puck. (Above) 

Nick Williams aggressively 
fights for the face-off. (Right) 

C. J. Denmark skates up 
the ice with the puck, 
looking to score for the 
Lancers. (Right) 

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for the Lancers. 


First Row (from left): J. Furnari, R. McGoldrick, G. Waryasz, D. Duke, 

B. Sussman, K. Dickson, J. Beattie 

Middle Row: D. Sambel, R. Pinkmon, R. Flynn, K. Graham, N. 

Williams, B. Johnson, K. Leavitt 

Top Row: Coach Foley, B. Methe, S. Ayotte, C.J. Denmark, V. 

Santanello, T. Travers, Coach Burke 

Captains (from left to right) Jeff Beattie, Greg Waryasz, Kevin 
Dickson and Joey Furnari stand tall and proud. (Above) 

iey Furnari weaves through his defender, sending a pass to his teammate, 

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learning, sharing, growing, 

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Christie Allen and Sara Holland, Co- 
Editors-in-Chief, led the section 
editors and the staff as they 
chronicled the year and presented 
the members of the senior class. 
"Baco Days" included croppers, 
photographs, position tags, and 
pizza. Everyone had fun as the book 
became a reality from the many 
hours of work. 

Ratio Perrakis, Amy Higgins and Lynn Arthur 
show their senior pride after a long day. 

Julia Capurso works diligently with yearbook 
material on our new iMac. 

Christie Allen and Sara 1 lolland, 
( o-Editors in Chief, stand in front 
of the blooming fall splendor of 
the high school campus. 

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Malorie Schwartz pauses for 
a picture after completing her 
duty as Assistant Co-Editor. 

Amira Hasenbush, Rachel Parzivand, and Lynn 
Arthur smile in style for an abrupt candid! 

Lauren Heaton, Ashley Lewis, Stephanie Zwirello, 
and Julia Chetnosvetski take a few minutes to chill 

Steve Viamari, Francesco Danielle, Ryan Mullen, Jeff McCormick, Katie 
Perrakis, Caitlin Landry, Amy Chernock, and Sara Holland smile after 
toiling with Yearbook for hours. 

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Key Club 

The 2001-2002 Key Club 

Key Club 

By: Nicola Platzer 

Key Club International, Longmeadow High School's 
volunteer service group, has been improving our 
school and community sincel967. The club is led by 
the following board members: Mark Diruzza, Neal 
Dugre, Mathew Galuska, Daniel Galuska, Timothy 
Garstka, Lisa Hoff, Catherine Landry and Nicola 
Platzer. The club is honored to have the following four 
members on the New England District Board: Sarah 
Bergeron, Rachelle Douillard-Proulx, James Maxwell 
and Jordana Starr. 

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Niki Platzer, Nicole Varteresian, Alison Basdekis and Tim Tra\ erse 
donate their time at the Walk for Diabetes! 

With great leadership and participation, Key Club 
has successfully completed many projects in the 
local area, including walk-a-thons, gift collection 
for the under-priveledged and the putting up of 
hospital decorations. Projects happening here at 
LHS include decorations for the cafeteria, conces- 
sions at athletic events, parents' night and back to 
school night. Some of the club's larger projects 
are Parade of the Big Ballons in Springfield and 
Kids' Day. Healthy Kids Day and Long 
Meaddowe Days. The club works with other 
clubs in the area and the parent service organiza- 
tion, Kiwanis Club of Springfield. With over 100 
members, hundreds of service hours are com- 
pleted each year to improve our community. 
Each Key Club year ends in April with the District 

John Chamberlain and Justin Henneman sell directories at Back to School 

Pat Thompson, Anna Stein and Mike Shvakman read to young children 
at the Storrs Library Read Around the World program. 

Rachelle Douillard-Proulx takes children's fingerprints at the Healthy Kids 

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National Honor Society 

Members of NHS 2001-2002. 


The National Honor Society, led by faculty advisor Mr. Juergens and the 
student-run board, experienced another fun-filled, constructive year. 
Highlights included, the beneficial walks for charity and Ultimate Frisbee 
Tournament in addition to an improved tutoring service. National Honor 
Society members embody the ideals of character, service, scholarship and 
leadership, and they display these characterstics through their actions for their 
community and peers. With a growing membership and an expanding list of 
ccomplishments, NHS looks forward to next year. 

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Arielle Young by studying with them for a test. 

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Juniors prepare for their induction into 

Melissa Sheehy and Christina Eldridge listen intently as Elizabeth 
Plummer helps them with their Spanish homework. 

Katye Flynn and Lauren O'Brien enjoy their time studying with NHS tutor, Krista 

Dave Ernst tutors Alice Marshall and Beth Gordon in chemistry. 

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The Jet Jotter 

The 2001-2002 Jet Jotter Staff. 

Jet Jotter 

By: Nicole Forrest 

This year, the Jet Jotter, the newspaper written by students for students, 
attended the 36th Annual Scholastic Press Forum. Two of our staff members 
received individual article awards. We've worked very hard to get the school 
involved in writing, photographing and cartooning for the paper. Jason 
Seigal has done a great job of recruiting new people and keeping the paper 
interesting. Our advisor Mr. Cormier, who graciously took over for Mrs. 
Morse, has done an excellent job of keeping students focused on learning 
more about journalism. 


Juniors Liam Carroll and Eric Lesser 
discuss the opinions page of the Jet 
Jotter Special Edition, an exclusive 
issue that included many articles 
relating to the disastrous events of 
September 11th. 

Jordana Starr and Eric Lesser come up 
with new ideas for newspaper articles at 
one of the many afterschool meetings of 
the newspaper staff. 

Editor-in-Chief Jason Seigel 
addresses the Jet Jotter Staff 
with upcoming story ideas. 

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The Rough Draft 

Greg Waryasz, Doug Duquette, Carol Rosenburg, Amy Higgins, Zach van Schouwen, 
Matt Higgins, Dave Jacquin, Melinda Tang, Carly Berezin, and their advisor, Mr 

The Rough Draft, LHS's comical newspaper, worked hard during the 2001-2002 school 
year. Co-Editors-in-Chief Amy Higgins and Will Lee worked as a team to publish the 
paper, focusing on both literary excellence and comical wit. Layout editors Alex Shebar 
and Greg Waryasz worked hard to put together the paper, while proofreaders Carol and 
Lisa Rosenberg made sure the paper was published free of errors. 

Matt Higgins and Zach van Schouwen also put in many hours after school to put the 
finishing touches on the paper. The drawings by Jason Hwang and the spoof ads by 
Melinda Tang improved the visual aspects for the Rough Draft. The Rough Draft de- 
pended on the efforts of a strong staff including Carly Berezin, David Jacquin, Doug 
Duquette, Jason Seigel, Jeff Gerlach, Liz Ryan, and Jordana Starr. 

Additionally, the Rough Draft would like to thank faculty advisor Mark Staples, who 
guided both staff and editors in story ideas and final layout. 

Editors Amy Higgins and Will Lee take a break 
to smile for the camera. 

Alex Shebar, Amy Higgins and Mr. Staples 
passionately discuss their new issue. 

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By Heidi Tannenbaum 


You are walking down the English hallway, on your way out of the building, when suddenly something catches your eye. You 
discover a room, the headquarters of Impressions, the literary magazine. Through the window you see a conglomeration of different 
types of people who are writing, reading, making posters... having fun! After being greeted by the many friendly faces of the staff, 
you become the next new member.. .This is the kind of scenario Impressions works to make a reality. This year, one of their main goals 
is to form a staff of diverse minds. Impressions has a quotation from Lawrence Ferlinghetti that delivers their message: "Poetry is the 
anarchy of the senses making sense." This quotation conveys to the school their goal of working together to bring different types of 
people together to make Impressions something everyone can enjoy. Co-editors-in-chief are Violeta de los Reyes and Heidi Shira 
Tannenbaum. A dedicated staff works many long hours making posters, reading submissions, and recruiting new members. Faculty 
advisor, Mrs. Linda McShane, helps to facilitate the energetic bunch and contributes her time and ideas to make the magazine a 
success. Thanks to all its members, Impressions is truly something for everyone to enjoy. 

The 2001-2002 Impressions Staff! Melissa Sunter, Lucy Sheehan, Liam 
Carroll, Emma Plaut, Jeff McCormick, Heidi Tannenbaum, Rachel 
Parzivand, Deborah Sunter, Scott Rousse, Advisor Mrs. McShane. 

The Editors: Rachel Parzivand, Heidi Tannenbaum, Emma 
Plaut, Deborah Sunter, Scott Rousse, Lucy Sheehan. 


Book Club 

Book Club 

Every Wednesday, members of the newly formed Book Club meet to choose 
a new book. After reading, they get together to discuss the adventure and 
excitement of yet another wonderful literary experience. 

The 2001-2002 Book Club: Jason Seigel, Carrie Ng, Shayla 
Fielder, Jessica Madnick and Jamaica Groenevdeb and advisor 
Ms. Fontana take a look at their books from an interesting angle. 

Shayla Fielder enjoys an 
engaging article. 

Shayla Fielder shows Jessica Madnick a 
fascinating magazine. 

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Business Professionals of America 

2001-2002 Business Professionals of America. 

Eric Lesser takes care of business at the BPA's 
latest meeting. 

Junior Tim O'Leary works on a business 

Business Professionals of LHS 
By: Jason Seigel 

The Business Professionals of America (BPA) club members experience profit-focus business 
operation along with participation in community service as well as learning and practicing 
proper business etiquette. Since its evolution, the club has focused on fundraising activities 
to finance members' trips to state and national Business Professionals of America competi- 
tions in workplace skills assessment. 

The Annual Valentine's Day carnation sales, bread sales, bottle drives, and other such 
activities have all been successful due to good member participation and active support from 
the faculty and student body. The club's advisor, Mrs. Morse, as well as the club's new 
officers have been crucial to bringing organizational success. At the same time, the club's 
affiliation with the National Business Professionals of America has established new goals for 
the Business Department as well. 

Jordana Starr, Amy Cowen, and Sarah Krill 
discuss new ideas. 

Matt Russo works on a slide-show for 

Amos Shemesh quickly reviews 
his business proposal. 

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Working for a better tomorrow for Longmeadow's teens: the 2001-2002 S.A.D.D. staff. 

Students Against Destructive Decisions 

Kate Murphy and Madeline Cohen-Shrage embrace 
each other during an exciting 
S.A.D.D. meeting. 

Students Against Destructive Decisions is a club that spreads the 
word about the consequences of abusing alcohol and drugs. 
Senior President Amy Green and Vice President Megan 
MacDonald have many programs to help make the student body 
more aware of these important issues. This year, we had a red 
ribbon donation project to help the September 11th disaster. We 
also had a lollipop sale on last Valentine's Day. Dring prom week 
we had fourth graders send postcards to seniors with pictures 
telling them not to use drugs and alcohol. One of the group's 
main goals is to put posters around the school to keep students 
aware of the dangers. The club meets in Ms. Wiseman's room to 
discuss how we can lessen the social pressure to drink and use 
drugs that exists among teenagers in the community. Anyone is 
welcome to join as long as they feel strongly about bringing this 
awareness to the student body. 

Lynn Arthur, Caroline Picknally, Caitlin Whitney, Katy Lanouette, and Zoe Rasmussen take 
time to smile for the camera! 

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The 2001-2002 P.A.L.S 

Peers Are Listening and Supporting 

Whenever you call, there is someone who will listen. 
PALS are trained at the beginning of the year the art 
of listening and counseling. Advised by Mr. Crumb 
and the student board, PALS has fund-raisers to pay 
the phone bills. LHS students enjoy helping students 
in the surrounding area and believe in volunteering 
their time. Each PAL volunteers one hour a week, 
plus an additional hour on a Friday night each 
month. Amy Cowen, a PAL, remarks that "PALS is a 
great way to support the community and help those 
going through their teen years." PALS is a young 
program, and will continue to grow. 

Jenn Dikan gives her opinion at a meeting. 

Stephanie Zwirello and Amy Green give peer support over the phone. 

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Latin Club 

Deborah Sunter points out Rome on a map in honor of the Latin 
speaking Roman Empire. 

Latin Club 

Every other Monday, a group of students gather with Mrs. Colgan in room 215 for Latin 
Club. The president is Caroline Ehersman. They discuss fundraising to go on field trips and 
decorate the room with scenes of Latin culture. In previous years, they have hosted the Juinor 
Classical League Convention. They hope to host and be a part of many similar events as everyone 
enjoyed learning and experiencing Latin culture through exhibits and lectures. 

I teborah Sunter, Rachel Parzivand, Caroline Ehersman and Liam Carroll represent the 
2001-2002 Latin Club. 

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French Club 

Matt Selbovitz, Emily Steele, Julia Ishak, Jayme Gershen, Lindsay Wright, 
Sarah Laurenzano, and advisor Ms. Buescher. (Top from left) 

Emily Steele and Lindsay Wright 
exchange ideas about French culture. 

French Club 

This year's French Club got off to a great start! We 
have planned many fun activities during our meetings and 
we hope to continue with more. We are also looking 
toward to a growth in the French Club in the future. 

Matt Selbovitz and Ms. Buescher display 
their model of the Eiffel Tower with pride. 

Matt Selbovitz, Pat O'Conner, and Emily Steele read a story in French. 

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The American Field Sen ice is an organization 
that sends more than 1,900 U.S. students abroad 
to over 46 different countries each year and 
brings students from abroad to stay with more 
than 2,600 American families. 

The AFS Club is a great way to meet people 
from around the world. Students meet LHS's 
foreign exchange students as well as others from 
around the area, and have the opportunity to 
host a student for the weekend exchange. Many 
club members participate in an AFS program or 
host an AFS student, but it is not a requirement 
for being part of the club. The only require- 
ments are to be present at meetings, to come to 
events, and to have fun. 

The club plans trips to local events with the LHS 
foreign exchange students, or holds events to 
inform the community of the programs AFS 
offers. The club holds fundraisers through bake 
sales and by running the children's games at 
Long Meddowe Days. The fundraisers help 
LHS students receive scholarships to go abroad 
as well as to help the exchange students to pay 
for extra things involving school, such as club 
events. They also fund the annual exchange 
weekend. In the spring, AFS students from 
other high schools in the area spend the 
weekend in Longmeadow, staying with AFS 
club members and coming to planned club 
events. The club also plays an important role in 
educating LHS students and the community 
about the opportunities AFS offers. 

The 2001-2002 Longmeadow AFS club with advisor/guidance counselor 
Mrs. Connor. 

President: Sara Wiseman, '03 
Secretary: Tina Chin, '03 
Treasurer: Cameron Leroy, '04 

AFS student: Liz Safron, Austria 
Foreign exchange students: 
Mathilda Runsteadt, Sweden 
Romona Frei, Switzerland 

Members of A I s learn about edu< ational opportunities abroad with open minds 

Ryan O'Connel and Rachelle Douillard- 
Proulx laugh together during a AFS 

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International Club 

This year was very successful for the LHS International Club. Under the guidance of our faculty 
advisor, Ms. Toole and officers Melinda Tang (President), Geetha Mylvaganum (Vice President), 
Patricia Lin (Treasurer) and Neal Dugre (Secretary) we nearly doubled our 
membership to approximately 30 students. This year, we participated in the Harvard Model 
United Nations, representing Barbados and Myanmar. We are also participating in the Boston 
University Model United Nations later this year. At the conferences, members take on the political 
positions of their respective countries and try to come to a resolution that is agreeable for all 
parties involved in the dispute. We have also held several bake sales and will be face painting at 
Long Meddowe Days, as we do each year to raise funds for the conferences. 

As a member of the 
International Club, Isaac Kim 
participates in a discussion about 
events in other parts of the world. 


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The 2001-2002 International Club. 

Amnesty International 

Amnesty International is a club concerned 
with the protection of human rights across the 
world. Amnesty members began letter- 
writing campaigns to key political leaders 
about their feelings against the death penalty. 
Amnesty members also sponsored a letter- 
writing campaign to politicians about their 
opposition to sweat shops around the globe. 

President Rebecca Peskin updates fellow 
members as Jenn Ehrlich listens intently. 

Juniors Christina McLean and 
Caitlin O'Leary share their 
opinions at a weekly meeting. 

The 2001-2002 Amnesty International Staff with 
advisor Mr. Fitzgerald. 

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Math Team 

The 2001-2002 Math Team. 

Math Team 

The Longmeadow High School Math Team is open to all students at 
LHS. The team meets every Tuesday for the purpose of practicing 
competitive style questions and generating healthy and invigorating 
conversations. The questions presented to the competitors are the more 
thought provoking, bonus-type problems that can be visited in a 
regular class session. 

These students participate in a regional competition once a month for 
five months. The contestants are chosen for competition based on their 
results from the practices during that month. Six students are allowi 
to compete each month. 


junior Galina Gurok takes a break from figuring to smile for 
the camera 

There are six rounds of comperion: arithmetic and number theory, 
algebra I, geometry, algebra II, analytic geometry, and trigonometry 
and complex numbers. Each student competes in three of the six 
categories. At the end of all competitive categories, individual scores 
are totaled and subsequently, the team totals are noted. There is also a 
cooperative element to this competition and is offered twice during the 
competitive season. This is a team round. The Western Massachusetts 
Mathematics League (WMML) has approximately 20 high schools in 
each competitive season. There are six regions in Massachusetts. In 
April of each year, the top three schools of each region are invited to 
participate in the state competition. Longmeadow generally is invited 
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As Schools Match Wits 

As Schools Match Wits members, Adam Janes, Keerthi Shetty, Chris 
Breen and Brian Goff make their television debut. 

As Schools Match Wits 
By: Chris Breen 

The As Schools Match Wits team 
meets weekly to review topics from 
sports to Shakespeare before tapings 
of the high school quiz show, later 
aired on 22 news at 7:30 p.m. on 
Saturdays. This year everyone 
appeared on at least one show to 
make a quite succcesful first part of 
the season, despite what was shown 
on television. The team was awarded 
a third win against Simsbury High 
School because of a scoring issue that 
was not resolved until after the 
taping of the show. As a result, the 
team did earn a spot in the playoffs. 
The team is proud to have had a 
good showing, if not better than last 
year's finalist team. The outlook for 
next year seems promising. Fresh- 
man Keerthi Shetty and sophomores 
Adam Janes and Chris Breen will be 
returning. However, seniors Mike 
Klein, Liza White and Brian Goff will 
be missed as important assets to the 
team. Good luck at college!!! 

Chris Breen shows the world that As 
Schools Match Wits is number one! 

Keerthi Shetty and Chris Breen review for their next competition. 

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Mock Trial 

Mock Trial 

Longmeaodw's Mock Trial Team completed another 
successful year. Led by advisor Mr. Starr and the seniors, 
the team prepared to argue difficult cases and points about 
law. After much work and strategy, the team was ready for 
the trial to be played out in a real courtroom with an actual 
judge. This club gives students an opportunity to learn 
about the legal profession and lawyers and judges. 

Shruti Kashikar and Maya Finn prepare 
for the next trial. 

2001-2002 Mock Trial Team 

Debate Team 

Debate Team 
By: Eric Lesser 


Debate Team proved to have a year of growth and challenges. With only two returning members, 
Longmeadow High School Debate did surprisingly well. Eric Lesser and Amos Shemesh served as captains. 
At the end of the season, Tom Koenings, Eric Lesser, Liam Carroll and Matt Higgins swept the first four 
spots in the novice category for the regional league. Longmeadow's teamholds a lot of promise as it looks 
towards next year. 

Eric Lesser adresses the 
team in preparation for a 
i ompetition. 

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The 2001-2002 I MS I X-bate Team. 

Science League 

The 2001-2002 Science League 

Science League 

By: Bevan Weissman 

Longmeadow's Science League has experienced 
another successful year under advisor Mr. 
Hirsch. Members meet every Thursday to 
discuss and plan for their upcoming events for 
future meets, which are held on the first 
Thursday of every month. The great variety of 
events to choose from lets anyone enjoy and 
participate in Science League, even if science is 
not your strong subject. Competitions are fun as 
well as educational, with opportunities to 
contribute to the team's success and then have a 
good time enjoying refreshments with fellow 
team members. The day-long state meet in early 
spring is a greatly anticipated event, as is the 
relaxing last meet of the year at Northfield 
Mountain. Longmeadow's Science League's 
continued growth will lead to much future 

Jessie Sussman, Janet Kung, and Sara 
Gould are very excited for the Science 

Isaac Kim, David Jaquin, Sari Linson, and Justin Henneman want you to 
join Science League! 

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Outing Club 

The 2001-2002 Outing Club 
BACK: Matt Galuska, 
Lindsey Seefeld, Liz Durfee, 
Mike Jangl, Dave Belmont, 
J.R. Golen, Matt Basdekis, 
Rory O'Brien, Bobby 

MIDDLE: Jon Togneri, Sarah 
Petroff, Amy White, Alison 
Basdekis, Marie Durfee 
FRONT: Tommy Williamson 
and Steve Dambrov 

An Outing Club member pushes the limits with 
an extra high ski jump. 

Annie and Marie Durfee hold on tight 
while they speed away. 

Outing Club 

By: Alison Basdekis 

Led by J.R. Golen, the Outing Club experiences various 
outdoor quests including kayaking trips, numerous hikes, 
and the annual snow shoeing adventure which takes place i 
the beginning of March. The club welcomes anyone up for 
an adventure and allows those who appreciate nature and 
outing activities to broaden their experiences. With the 
success of last year's snow shoeing jaunt, consisting of an 
eight mile trek through Russell, MA's woods, the rustic 
living conditions of the Appalachian Mountain Club's cab 
(no running water or electricity), daring night hikes and 
exhilarating midnight sledding, similar activities are in plact 
for the 2002 outing. As for spring plans, tackling portions oi 
the Appalachian Trail is on the club's checklist. They also 
have hopes for more river activity by means of kayaking, 
canoeing, and /or rafting. 

Matt Basdekis. Marie Durfee, and 
J.R. Golen embrace at the end of 
their day hike. 

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Cool Runners Club 

Cool Runners Club & Poetry Memorization Society 

In only its second year, the Cool Runners Club and Poetry Memorization 
Society has achieved a legendary status. Its nimble athletes continue to haunt the 
lanes of Longmeadow with balletic grace and flawless incantations from the canons 
of classic verse. Quick as sunbeams off the glare of winter ice, they flicker across the 
landscape, while the young and elderly alike look on in dazzled awe. They are 
warriors against the ordinary, practitioners of elegance on the frosted fields of their 
delight, who breathe in silken rhythm as they float along the shadows of late day in 
unision. They are etched in the collective mind and will live on, a select citizenry of 
sublime spirits, wherever truth and beauty are whispered in the town. 

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Niki Platzer and Brigid Dean 
enthusiastically recite poetry 
as they run. 

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Dance Team 

By: Katie Bielunis 

Dance Team is a newly founded team by captains, Katie Bielunis 
and Callie williams. It found its niche in the school among dedicated and 
talented dancers. The dance team motivates and inspires each other in 
creating their dances based off of their original chorography. They prac- 
tice a few days a week to prepare dance performances for such events as 
basketball games. The team's love of dancing has promoted them to great 
levels of success this year. 

Katie Bielunis, Callie 
Williams, and Karen 
McGrath freeze in 
their pose to strut 
their stuff. 

Practice makes perfect 

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Unity Club 

The Unity Club is an organization focused on celebrating 
diversity inside and outside of the school environment. 
With the help of their advisor Sandra MacDonald, the 
members of the Unity Club are involved in several 
different activities throughout the year in order to help in 
their community while showing their strength between 
students of different races, cultures, and ethnic backrounds. 
Previously named "Umoja" meaning "Unity," the club 
hopes to break down prejudice barriers and help eliminate 
stereotypes in order to make our school a more socially 
aware environment. 

Sara Weiner, Rhonda Moore, Clark De Los Reyes, Ariel Weekes, 
Rykiel Weekes, Laquisha Jewel, Wesley Pope, Jose Hernandez, Mrs. 
MacDonald, Mr. Long, Tracy Brown, Jackie Trono, John Williams, and 
Jasmine Amegan. 

Unity Club 
members listen | 
intently about 
their latest hot 

Jasmine leads the discussion while Laquisha 
and Jose look on. 

Autumn Harding, Jasmine 
Amegan, Rainey Leverett, 
Tracy Brown, and Jessica 
Grimes pose in between 

Drill Team 

Drill Team 

By: Pearl Chauhan 

The team captains work very hard to make sure its members are 
ready for presenting their spirit to the crowd at LHS basketball 
games. The crowds go crazy as the members jump, stomp and clap 
to their own beats. They meet every day, raising their own money 
to pay for their uniforms and pizza parties. Each year, the mem- 
bers try their best to improve their routine and get the fans 

Rainey Leveret, 
Rhonda Moore, 
Jessica Grimes 
and Rachel Kaye 
smile for a 

Tracy Brown, 
and Autumn 
Harding relax 
after practice. 

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Gay/Straight Alliance 

The 2001-2001 Gay/Straight Alliance. 

Gay /Straight Alliance 
By: Lisa Rosenberg 

GSA is the school's gay/ straight alliance for gay, 
lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning stu- 
dents and their straight allies. The group works to 
fight homophobia and discrimination at LHS while 
also providing support and a forum for discussion 
during weekly meetings. This year they participated 
in organizing Diversity Week, went to workshops, 
conferences, and a performance of Rent. 

Lisa Rosenberg shows off a buletin board full 
of issues and events that the GSA works with. 

Sterling Blonder, Lisa Rosenberg and club advisor Mr. Kelly 
Lowenstein give the who's who of the GSA. 

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Art Club 

One of Art Club's beautiful murals. 

Art Club 

By:Elina Tochilnikova 

Art Club is composed of a group of stu- 
dents who love various types of art and 
helping our school and our community. Art 
Club meetings consist of making plans for 
future events, drawing, painting, making 
collages, and holding contests, bake sales, 
and other activities. The purpose of Art 
Club is to help out the community through 
art, by painting bulletin boards, and boards 
to cover windows of broken down houses, 
to make them look more decorative and 
attractive. Two major events held by the 
Art Club have been the poster sales and the 
pumpkin carving contest. 

Art Club members Elina Tochilnikova, 
Justine Therrien, Tina Chin, and Jacob Licht 
display their artistic talents! 

Tina Chin and Elina 
Tochilnikova flaunt their artistic 
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Anime Club 

The 2001-2002 Anime Club. 

Yoshi Matsumoto 
displays his latest 

Peter Cangiolosi 
guards his 
precious comic 
book from Bill 

Anime Club 

By: Peter Cangiolosi 

This club was started freshman year with the soul purpose of spreading 
the joy of anime to fellow students. In Japan, Japanese animmation is a 
huge form of entertainment. It would be great to see it become the 
same in America, but because it is very costly, many people don't get 
into it. The point of the Anime Club is to share the best anime available 
with the students of LHS. Although a lot of the time is spent watching 
anime, members also have parties, go on trips, watch anime related 
games, give away prizes, and answer many questions, including, "Why 
are the cartoons' eyes so big?" Members feel that these activities 
provide the best opportunities to enjoy anime. New members are 
welcome to check out the club in room 13 at 2:20 on Tuesdays. 

Jordan Kessler works 
on recent project. 

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Spanish Club 

The 2001-2002 Spanish Club 

Jessie Hanmer and Amira Hasenbush 
read a short story in Spanish. 

Spanish Club 

The founders and board of the 2001-2002 Spanish 
Club, Emily Eaton, Harrison Mackler, Francesco 
Daniele and Dan Bernstien with their advisor, 
Sra. Rhodes. 

Spanish Club, restarted this year by a 
small group of enthusiastic students, has 
shown great promise in its first year. 
Members get together twice a month to 
speak in Spainsh, to discuss Spanish 
culture and to learn. Some special 
activities planned included having a 
bullfighter come in to speak, going out to 
a Spanish restaurant and watching 
Spanish movies. Students look forward 
to an even more succesful year to come. 

Dave Jangraw, John Jordan and Dan 
Bernstien joyfully attend a monthly 
Spanish Club meeting. 

By: Julia Ishak 


2001-2002 members of F.A.I.T.H. 

The F.A.I.T.H. Club, the acronym standing 
for Faith Alive In Today's High school, is 
an organization student interest has 
brought back to LHS this year. Open to 
everyone, it promotes fellowship, morality 
and spiritual growth through many 
enjoyable activities such as movie nights, 
field trips and the hosting of guest speak- 
ers. The goal of the club is to give every 
member the opportunity to explore and 
practice their own beliefs in a comfortable 
environment with other people of faith. 

So far, movie nights, an ice skating trip and morning meetings with snacks havebeen successes, as those who have 
attended have enjoyed themselves. The club plans to look into more field trips, dinner/movie nights and other 
fellowship activities, as well as methods of volunteering and fundraising. The club's current members are thankful 
to have the inspiring and enthusiastic Ms. Coyne as their advisor. The F.A.I.T.H. Club welcomes new members 
with open arms and is already becoming a special part of LHS as it continues to grow. 

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By: Sandra MacDonald 

METCO is an acronym for the Metropolitan 
Council for Education Opportunities. 

METCO has been the program of choice for 
minority families since it began in 1968. The 
METCO program has been the model for other 
states. The students begin the program in kinder- 
garten and follow through to graduation. In the 
beginning the purpose of the program was to offer a 
solution to the problem of racial imbalance. The 
program has surpassed the original purpose some 
years ago. The METCO program does exist as a 
viable choice for minority families and benefits both 
the urban and the suburban communities that it 
serves. The ultimate goal of the program is to teach 
all children to live not by rules that are black or 
white, but a common golden rule. 

All expenses including tuition and transportation 
are provided by the Massachusetts department of 
education. Once a child enters the school system, 
he/she is expected to meet its criteria both academi- 
cally and socially. The METCO Program and its 
students have participated in every aspect of the 
school community. METCO has brought well 
received cultural programs to the schools. Ninety- 
seven percent of the students go on to four year 
colleges. The METCO program has added gener- 
ously to Longmeadow's General Town Fund. 

2001-2002 METCO 

Autumn Harding shows off 
her great attitude at a recent 

Rhonda Moore and Tracey 
Brown study together after 
school in the METCO room. 

Travis Saber and Tracey Brown 
show their love for METCO. 


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stop for a quick photo to show off 
their METCO pride. 

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A Better Chance 

A Better Chance 
By: Jose Hernandez 

The A Better Chance program in Longmeadow has been around for 26 years, and this 
year will mark its 27th year of service. This national program provides gifted inner city youths, 
mainly from New York City, with an opportunity to excel in school and obtain a high quality 
education at Longmeadow High School. The ABC scholars are removed from a difficult 
educational atmosphere to a more academically challenging one. Therefore, they have a greater 
chance of becoming successful. The scholars currently enrolled at Longmeadow High School are 
Richard Pearson (Sophomore), Marcus Gaines (Senior) and Jose Hernandez (Senior). 


Jose Hernandez, Rich Pearson and Marcus Gaines represent the students of the 2001-2002 ABC. 

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Parent Council 

Members of the Parent Council: Ms, Whitford, Ms. Stewart, 
Ms. Daigle, Ms. Travers, Ms. Plummer, Ms. Coughlin, Ms. 
Ferris, Ms. Weiner 

Notes, thoughts, goodies, and help 
for L.H.S. 

Members of the council listen to proposals for 
assisting students. 

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containing all of the goodies and 
sometimes the solutions to the 

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The Parent Advisory Council was established to help facilitate communications 
between teachers, administrators, students and their parents. The Parent Advisory 
Council utilizes its strong foundation of volunteers to coordinate school related activities 
for the enrichment of all students. 

Lynn Travers, PAC President 2002-2003 

Ms. Travers, PAC President, listens as members discuss potential projects. 

All of the members of the 
Lancer family express our thanks 
and appreciation for all that you 
have done on our behalf. 

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Always remember that 

we will never be far. 

With love and best wishes 

from your family - 

Dad, Mom, Gregory and 




OCTOBER 9, 2001 




Congratulations Arielle! 

Love Mom, 



Ryan, congratulations on your 

We are very proud of you! 
Love Mom, Dad, and Michael 

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Congratulations Jordana and the Class of 2002 

"Sclioolhag m Hand 

She Curves home in the early morning 

Waving goodbye 

M'lth an absent minded smite 

I watch her go . . . 

I'm glad whenever 1 can share her laughter 
That funny tittle girt 

Sfipping through my fingers all the time 

1 try to capture every minute 

The feeling in it 

Slipping through my fingers all the time . . . 

She keeps on growing 

Slipping through my fingers alt the time . . . 

Sometimes J wish that J could freeze the picture 
JAnd save it from the funny tricks of time . . . 

Slipping through my fingers ail the tune." 

— B. Andcrsson and B. Ulvaeus 

Too fast the seasons have flown by and you have matured from a sweet, thoughtful, 
and delightful little girl into a caring, confident, gifted, and capable young woman. 
Our hopes and dreams for vou are without limit, but they are no more ambitious or 
compassionate than the goals you have set for yourself 

We have no doubt you can achieve anything. You have the drive and determination 
to make all your dreams come true. 

We are very proud of you. We are inspired by you. We admire vou. And most of 
all, we love you very, very much. 

Mom, Dad, and I )r\\ 

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"Every now and then we find a 

special friend, 

who never lets us down, 

who understands it all, 

reaches out each time we fall... 

you're the best friend that I've 

Congratulations Girls! 
Love, Your Families 


From the first day 

of kindergarden to 

senior year! 



Mom, Dad & 


To a wonderful daughter and a beautiful person. 
May all your dreams come true! 

Mom, Dad, Yannick & Julianna 

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"Make new friends, yet keep the old... 



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^^■» • of 

■ • ■• " 

We Love You David, Cameron, Chris & Ryan. 

From Your Parents 

What Great Gifts! 

Congratulations Natalie! 
YouVe made great 
accomplishments thus far. 

The rest are within your reach. 
We're so proud of you. 

With all our love, 
Mom & Dad 

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"A best friend is a sister 
that destiny forgot to give you. 

Congratulations Michelle and Christie! 

Love Always, 
The Spivaks and Aliens 


Yearbook Editors 


Assistants to the Editors: 


Senior Class: 

Junior Class: 



Fine Arts: 




Student Life: 

Christie Allen '02 
Sara Holland '02 

Julia Capurso '03 
Alison Quinn '03 
Malorie Schwartz '03 

Darius Bessette'03 
Jenn Tolpa '03 

Katy McKee '02 

Tim O'Leary '03 
Evan Souliere '04 

Bethany Peck '02 
Amy Cowen '02 
Maggie Doyle '02 
Amy Paysnick '03 

Katie O'Rourke '03 
Natalie Thomas '03 
Caitie Whitney '03 

Lauren Heaton '04 
Ashley Lewis '04 
Caitie O'Leary '03 
Janet Pohli '03 

Pearl Chauhan '02 
Julia Ishak '03 
Rachel Peck '02 

Harrison Mackler '03 
Ian Waite '04 

Kerry Shea '03 

Amira Hasenbush '03 
Zoe Rasmussen '03 

Michelle Spivak '02 
Katie Perrakis '02 
Carolyn Moriarty '02 
Kendall Hedges '03 

Jeff McCormick '02 
Sarah Krill '02 
Andrew Ratner '03 

Bethany Peck '02 

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...Comes From Some 
Other Beginnings End